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Glen Grant 2005 (bottled 2016) - Gordon & MacPhail

(70cl, 43%)

Glen Grant 2005 (bottled 2016) - Gordon & MacPhail

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Glen Grant 2005 G&M Bottling Note

An independent bottling of Glen Grant's superb Speyside single malt - this time distilled in 2005 and bottled in 2016. It's a Gordon & MacPhail bottling, presented with a handsome retro label. You can pretend you've time travelled all the way back to 2005, to the time when Boards of Canada released their fantastic Campfire Headphase album. Good days.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Dark chocolate truffles, raisins and plenty of vanilla-y malt.

Palate: Juicy red berries at first, swiftly followed by yet more barley. A hint of cinnamon and nutmeg.

Finish: Chewy oak, plum, toffee.

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Glen Grant 2005 (bottled 2016) - Gordon & MacPhail Reviews

Beautiful whisky

straight from the opening, I knew this was going to be good: the nose was just so enticing. it's sherried and smooth with a finish that lingers. There are only two problems - it's hard to put the cork back in the bottle (that's my problem) and that I would prefer it to be 46% and non-chillfiltered like other G&M bottlings I've tasted recently - but that's a minor quibble given the quality of this dram.

13th December 2017

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