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[29 Dec 2015 | No Comment | ]
Glen Grant 1950-2015, 65yo G&M for Wealth Solutions

Time to end this year with some really special drams,the first of which is a quite unique in a few respects : First of all it was distilled in 1950, yes nineteen fifty, yes 25 years before I was even born which is cool, very cool. What also makes it cool is the ABV it is bottled. At first I …

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[14 Dec 2015 | No Comment | ]
A rocking chair dram – SMWS 9.80 [Glen Grant] 20 yo Sauternes Cask

Time for a few SMWS bottlings I tasted recently from the last year or so, and the first one is a delicious ultra sweet whisky from a refill Sauternes cask.  Distilled on the 16th November 1992, and bottled at 49.5%.
Glen Grant 1992 SMWS 9.80 , 49.5 % , 20 years old 
Nose: That’s a nice one indeed. Like eating sweets in …

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[1 Jul 2014 | 2 Comments | ]
Liquid History: Glen Grant 1948 , 66 yo, by G&M [Wealth Solutions]

My good whisky friend Shai always claims I prefer to review unicorn tears as he calls them, meaning very old and rare drams. Most times, I tend to disagree, as I try to post many available and not ultra rare and extremely expensive whisky  tasting reviews, but this time I could not resist , and frankly It’s really a one …

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[19 Jun 2012 | No Comment | ]
More Men o’Quaich–Glen Grant 1974 36 yo

After a lovely Mortlach, a great Caperdonich comes the best of the three (so i think) – this Glen Grant. Again, a distillery that is not well known to me, and a chance to taste a dram that is older than me by one year (as times goes by, it’s getting harder and harder, and ever more expensive to experience …