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Glen Grant 17 Year Old 1995 (cask 97266) - The Maltman

(70cl, 46%)

Glen Grant 17 Year Old 1995 (cask 97266) - The Maltman

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Glen Grant 17 '95 #97266 Bottling Note

A fabulous 17 year old Glen Grant from the lovely Maltman. 276 bottles were produced from this single bourbon cask.

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Glen Grant 17 Year Old 1995 (cask 97266) - The Maltman Reviews

This bottling is grand, but also a commentary on others

If Highland Park is the great all-rounder, as far as non-peated Scotches are concerned, Glen Grant must surely be one of the strongest candidates for a custodian of 'normal' Scotch flavour. This example is particularly well-rendered - all of the complex sweet and sour notes, the brightness and freshness, the fragrance without risking overly-floral... We can only hope that the owner recognises the demand for well-presented single or two-cask editions at natural strength, and that the market will cheerfully pay the premium to acquire. If you find this, or other independent bottlings of Glen Grant available, do give them a try. It's not a fruit-bomb, it's not sweet, nor maritime, but beautifully balanced in its malted, sweet, sour, vanilla, mild spice, banana notes, a dreamy experience to those not too allied to one particular Scotch flavour profile. Here's to the owners not running the brand into the ground, and potentially capitalising on the weakness and inconsistent bottlings that many of their more 'esteemed' rivals appear to be suffering from.

17th June 2019

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