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Glen Grant 2004 (bottled 2015) (Gordon and MacPhail)

(70cl, 43%)

Glen Grant 2004 (bottled 2015) (Gordon and MacPhail)

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Glen Grant 2004 Bottling Note

One of the many vintages of Glen Grant single malt Scotch whisky bottled by the folks from Gordon & MacPhail, presented with a handsome retro label. This one was distilled in 2004 and left alone until 2015, when it was bottled at 43% ABV.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Gooseberry, fresh barley and hay, apple crisps.

Palate: Stroopwafel, gingerbread, chocolate muffins and dried fruit.

Finish: More ginger, now leaning more on the spicy than sweet side of things.

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Glen Grant 2004 (bottled 2015) (Gordon and MacPhail) Reviews

Just so nice

Well worth the days weeks months the years to enjoy it in time for us

27th November 2019


Sourness , overripe apples, with a heavy chemical spray coating. Finish medium, kind of tannic and cardboard.

18th November 2017

Good Value

This is excellent, has a little more sherry character than the 10yo, and really is a great value dram at the price. I'd have no hesitation recommending this to beginners and seasoned campaigners alike. Always thought the 10yo was an underrated dram, but this is even better.

1st December 2016

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