Glen Grant 18 Year Old Rare Edition Whisky 70cl

Scotch Whisky • 70cl • 43%
Product details
Glen Grant 18 Year Old Rare Edition
Country Scotch Whisky
Distillery/Brand Glen Grant
Style Single Malt Whisky

Glen Grant 18 Year Old

Introduced in 2016 (along with a 12 Year Old expression), this 18 Year Old Glen Grant delivers gorgeous notes of vanilla, nuts and caramel.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Producer's Tasting Note:
Nose: Rich and floral with oaky overtones and hints of baking spices.
Palate: Malty Caramel, delicate, dried raisins and vanilla.
Finish: Long, sweet with hints of nuts and spice.

Winner of 1 spirit awards

Scotch Single Malt - Speyside - 2017
International Wine & Spirit Competition

Allergy information

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Reviews for Glen Grant 18 Year Old Rare Edition
The best
Probably one of my favourite whiskeys worth every penny
Very smooth
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Poor At This Price
This a light whisky. It has some complexity of flavours, although they are very subtle. It is also a bit spirity which is strange for an 18 year old. There are better whiskies for twenty to thirty quid in supermarkets so this is a let down.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago

GRANT B , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Borderline Perfection
Like most I read a lot of the reviews in the books and here on M of M and I love to go on you tube and watch and listen to Ralfy especially with the same thing in my hand he's doing- what a great game! ... I also dare say that I'm quite right to disagree with them sometimes JM way more so than Ralfy who I think is the fairest. Ralfy did the Adelphi Glen Grant 18 not this one and it really would be great if he did... Anyway my thoughts on GG18 (Hats of to JM on this one) are quite simply that this is "Borderline Perfection" One thing or word that many writers don't seem to use or refer to is "BALANCE". This is one of the best "Balanced" Malts I have ever enjoyed - onto my second bottle. Every aspect is equal... Analogy, its like driving your car after having a new set of tyres fitted but also getting your alignment done properly as well. Im not going to get into smells tastes and flavours they are all open to your own interpretation, so if you can I would suggest you try this asap. Glen Grant I stand and salute you. Ralfy God Bless you and a big dram ready if I ever meet you. Friends you really have to go a long way to come close to this one for the money.
The M , United Kingdom
3 years ago
Smoothness at its Best
My wife bought this for me for our anniversary and I was quite taken aback of her choice! Opened the bottle and added a splash of cold water to open this "Nectar of the Gods" and sipped it and paired it with a good cigar (Connecticut)! Very pleasant on the nose (not over powering) smooth to the palate, albeit a weak finish, but it's there if you "listen for it." Overall, I HIGHLY recommend this fine Whiskey for the seasoned connoisseur or for those looking to break into whiskey tasting. You can't go wrong with this one.
Jesus C , United States
3 years ago
100% Recommended
Absolutely wonderful stuff, well balanced on the palate that leans more to the vanilla side, that has a finish that is a little thin, but knew that coming in at 43%ALC, that in no way distracts from this quality product. This may seem a bit odd, but as a Scotch I feel the best way to describe this bottle is that has somewhat of a Irish Whiskey taste and feel to it at times, all around a highly recommended whiskey.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
A wonderfully crafted drink. I do not tend to find much of interest in a Speyside, but this contains the depth, character and complexity of any Islay.
Jack , United Kingdom
4 years ago
Superb balance
After over a decade of drinking whisky, I finally understood what a fruit-driven scotch is. And this one is superbly well balanced.
4.25 points
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Good but not great
Reminds me of Tullibardine 20, I found it light to medium bodied, a bit too sweet for my taste. Yes very smooth medium-long finish. Flavor notes were vanilla and cream, toffee and caramel. whipped cream. Like a tasting at a sweet shop in Scotland. Whisky of the year though? Did this guy try Talisker Distiller's edition or just about anything from Campbeltown lately? I will enjoy it for sure, but probably not deserving of any extreme accolades.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Just buy it
Holy shit. Just buy it. First glass and now in love. Kept away from glen grant as the 10yr and usual run of mill sameness but the 18yr is def better than 18yr glendronnach and is defo something special
Stuart K , United Kingdom
4 years ago