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Gordon & Macphail Glen Grant 25 Year Old Single Malt Scotch Whisky (700ml)
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- ABV 43%
Like most distilleries, Glen Grant closed its doors during the two World Wars due to a lack of barley and has since changed ownership several times. Most recently, the distillery was sold in 2006 to the Italian group Campari as a result of the acquisition of Allied Domecq by Pernod Ricard. Glen Grant remains one of the world's best-selling single malts (being especially popular in Italy), and is also available in various independent and vintage bottlings.
According to Jim Murray, this release from Gordon & Macphail is one of the best - and at an extraordinary price. Compare this with malts of similar ilk and you'll realise what a genuine bargain this is. Very limited stocks.
Other reviews... n24.5 the type of nose it takes hours to fully measure: a soupcon of smoke helps entangle one of the most complex noses of the year even further, making a dense undergrowth of creamed rice, over-ripened greengages. A pithy orange note and above all, a thickness to the barley attained usually only by sticking your head in a mash tun. Beyond glorious… f23 silky and sweet, the usual brittleness takes a little time to develop, so until then enjoy the porridge and molten brown sugar…f22.5 long, prickly and spiced with the oaks showing an aging dryness plus a hint of medium roasted Mysore coffee; b23 the type of malt us long-in-the-tooth whisky specialists dream of, but too rarely find. The nose though, defies belief. 43%
93 points - Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013size>