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Glen Grant 22 Year Old 1995 (cask 119416) - Kingsbury

(70cl, 60.8%)

Glen Grant 22 Year Old 1995 (cask 119416) - Kingsbury

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Glen Grant 22yo #119416 Bottling Note

A 22 year old single malt from the Glen Grant distillery in Speyside, independently bottled by Kingsbury. This whisky was filled into a barrel back in 1995, and left to mature for 22 years before being bottled at cask strength with an outturn of just 184 bottles.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Walnut loaf and gingerbread, joined by notes of fresh plum and fried banana.

Palate: Cinnamon and pepper arrive first, tempered by thick waves of toffee.

Finish: Drying dark chocolate and pecan, with continued cinnamon spiciness.

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Glen Grant 22 Year Old 1995 (cask 119416) - Kingsbury Reviews

Very Poor

Very, very disappointed with this one... I have a large number of single cask Glendronach in the collection, and have sampled well over a dozen cask strength whiskys.

This one is all alcohol heat / burn on the palate. It’s 60% but this doesn’t have to be the case. Adding water deals with the burn but turns it into a decidedly average ex- Bourbon dram that reminds me a little of Glenmorangie Original 10yo. It’s nowhere near as good as the excellent Glen Grant 18yo rare. Even at around 45% ABV there’s still a fair bit of pepper on the tongue, albeit more rounded out with notes of honey, nut and vanilla.

I guess at this strength it will last a while for cocktails, but given this was bought for sipping, I’d never buy from Kinsgsbury again.

7th July 2018

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