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Glen Grant 1950 (bottled 2010) (casks 2750+2760) - (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Grant 1950 (bottled 2010) (casks 2750+2760) - (Gordon & MacPhail)

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Glen Grant 1950-2010 G&M Bottling Note

An extraordinarily well matured Glen Grant single malt Scotch whisky, distilled in 1950 and bottled in 2010 by Gordon & MacPhail. The two casks used (#2750 and #2760) were both Sherry casks, which would surely lead to the flavour profile of this incredible whisky being influenced, considering it aged in the casks for so long. Coming from the esteemed Glen Grant distillery, this is an incredible piece of whisky history.

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Glen Grant 1950 (bottled 2010) (casks 2750+2760) - (Gordon & MacPhail) Reviews

Nuanced, complex, sophisticated

Just tried this and it is truly exceptional.

Nose - Musty, like a granary with my being transported to the Manitoba farms of my youth, cereals, then shifts more into old, polished wood of antique furniture, followed by light sweet honey, a delicate perfume, flowers, fruits, cream, the slightest hint of bitter mocha, as it kept airing with a just drop remaining, a delightful piquant aroma emerged

Palate - More of that antique wood furniture, coffee, very elegant and nuanced, exceedingly easy on the palate, great mouthfeel

Finish - Such staying power! Yet delicate with a light clove spice

Slow, complex with a hint of smoke without peat. The more you sip, the more you marvel. Very sophisticated. This was one that if you had a full dram could last hours... sit, savour and let it continue to speak to you, revealing different elements along the way.

22nd July 2017

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