Glen Grant - Single Highland Malt - 1952 44 year old Whisky
70cl | 40%
|Series / Description||Single Highland Malt|
|Age||44 year old|
|Alcohol ABV||40 %|
|Cask Wood Type||Sherry|
|Bottler||Gordon and MacPhail|
|Country of Origin||Scotland|
|Neck Level||Full Level|
|HTFW Cat. No.||LP6332|
Single Malts from the 1950's are getting harder and harder to acquire. This is a superb value 1952 Glen Grant Single Malt bottled at 44 years of age.
Nose: Old tea chests, wood polish, sherry soaked sultanas, smoked orange rind, maltesers without the chocolate, chestnut puree, buttery oak, figs in honey and dried dates.
Palate: Malty horlicks, greek honey, lots of dried fruit character, dry and nutty oak, chestnuts, truffles, star anise and fig jam.
Finish: Dry and malty with antique cedar oak along with some notes of honey, anise, ripe fig and nutty sherry.
Amazing that such an old whisky retains as much elegance as this, a real blast from the past style of Speyside that is like your taste buds have travelled back in time and there is something quite magical tasting whisky from before one was born.