Glen Grant for me is synonomous with great old whisky, as it ages exceptionally well for long periods of time. I was able to enjoy quit a few outstanding old G.Grants ( such as the amazing 1954 G&M edition , the even older 1950 G&M edition i was fortunate to try as well as the 1948 vintage by the same G&M…) , that left me with a big smile. But how does younger G.Grant feels like? Previous editions of young NAS, or young age statement expressions were not quite that special. This new 18 year old , was released last June, with a new 5 yo, 10, 12, 12 NCF edition, all with shiny new bottling that look a bit different, and more contemporary than older expressions of Glen Grant. I quite like the new design, but I know some people are fond of the old look… At any rate, this 18 year old is bottled at 43% , and has received some good feedback from Jimbo , not that it means anything to me. on the contrary.
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