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Glen Grant 1952 (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 40%)

Glen Grant 1952 (Gordon & MacPhail)

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Glen Grant 1952 Bottling Note

A Gordon and MacPhail bottling of Glen Grant single malt Scotch whisky distilled all the way back in 1952. This was matured in first fill Sherry casks.

"The 1952 vintage Glen Grant has always been one of the finest post war bottlings they have consistently bottled. I had expected the quality to dip. It hasn't."

- Jim Murray (96.5 Points) - Scotch Single Malt of the Year 41 Years & Over (Multiple Casks) 2017

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: A medium-bodied, rather sublime nose, laden with Christmas spice, mixed peels and sherry-like aromas of sultana and prune. With time in the glass, notes of calf leather and resin appear, as well as thyme and freshly dug earth. Hints of dried banana chips and vanilla provide inviting sweetness.

Palate: An abundance of rich, chewy, nut-like flavours. There’s an oily texture here which coats the palate, offering up hints of smoke, heather roots, butterscotch and Christmas pudding, drenched in brandy.

Finish: Malty and rich to the very end, those Christmas spices cling on, as do faint wisps of wood-smoke.

Overall: A staggeringly complex, rich and intense dram: there’s a reason Jim Murray named this best single malt Scotch 41 years & over!

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