Hart Brothers

Glen Grant

1972, 29 Years Old, Sherrywood

ABV 53.6%
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Brand: Glen Grant, Hart Brothers
Expression: 1972, 29 Years Old, Sherrywood
Type: Scotland Whisky / Single Malt
Age: 29 years old
ABV: 53.6%
Country/Region: Scotland / Speyside
Bottling type: Independent Bottling
Tasting notes
Taster   Dave Broom
Nose: Heady with an exotic lift. Chocolate, walnut whip, roasted nut. Oaky, but has some style. Water shows nutty, sherried notes.
Palate: A good weight of spirit. Rich and malty with a hint of soot. Pretty thick in the mouth and quite firm in structure. A complex range of flavours.
Finish: Dry and maybe just a little short.
Comment: Here's a rarity: an old Glen Grant in which the spirit hasn't been drowned by the cask.
Taster   Michael Jackson
Nose: Dates. Brown sugar. Caramel.
Palate: Rich. Smooth. Moist fruitcake, slightly burnt on the outside.
Finish: Slight woody bitterness.
Comment: Glen Grant was one of the first malts to be bottled as a single malt, in the days when light-tasting spirits were often filled into heavy sherry casks. I have always felt that this overwhelms the spirit. This example is better balanced than most.
Visit the distillery
Glen Grant Distillery, Elgin Road, Rothes, Moray, Speyside, Scotland
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