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Glen Grant 62 Year Old 1956 - Mr George Centenary Edition (Gordon & MacPhail)

(70cl, 51.7%)

Glen Grant 62 Year Old 1956 - Mr George Centenary Edition (Gordon & MacPhail)

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Glen Grant 62yo 1956 Bottling Note

This exceptional 62 Year Old Glen Grant is the work of indie bottler Gordon & MacPhail. The single malt has been dubbed Mr George Centenary Edition in honour of George Urquhart, creator of Gordon & MacPhail's wonderful Connoisseurs Choice range. His favourite distillery was Glen Grant, and so Urquhart's grandson picked out an absolutely astonishing whisky to honour him. It was filled into a first fill sherry butt back on 13 December 1956, and after more than six decades, the whisky was bottled in June 2019, presented in a handsome glass decanter alongside a wooden presentation case. Only 235 bottles were released at 51.7% ABV.

Tasting Note by The Producer

Nose: Rich fruitcake aromas complement notes of raisin and dried fig. Dark molasses entwines with Seville orange peel leading to beeswax polish. Fresh roasted walnut and burnt toffee notes come to the fore.

Palate: Sweet initially with bursts of vibrant citrus. A slight humidor edge transforms into juicy sultanas and dark chocolate coated coffee beans. Liquorice toffee flavours develop alongside mature charred oak and mouth-warming spice.

Finish: Long and complex; subtle hints of smoke with lingering dark liquorice.

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