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A 20 year old Glen Grant single malt Scotch whisky, and 7 of those months were spent in a reconstructed sherry octave cask to promote contact between the whisky and the oak. The cask number was 446106.
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I just tried Glen Grant 16yo, which is classic but too light for me, before I drank this bottle.Nose: Apple and pear sweetness at first(hint of banana), very fruity, bit of toffee, vanilla.(I believe it should be more complex, unfortunately my nose is not that good to recognize those smells...)Palate: Fruity and juicy, obvious apple taste, full of changes, remind me of Spring Band 12yo(Cask strength), without peat and smoke. Unlike OB Glen Grant, not dry at all. Satisfying.I am from Taiwan, and i tried my best to describe it in English, please feel free to give me some advices.
12th February 2015
Oh dear, someone's let the Colobus monkeys near the keyboard again... We've now corrected that error (it is, in fact, a Glen Grant). --The Chaps at Master of Malt
7th July 2014
6th July 2014