Friday, 30 April 2010

Glen Grant Scotch Whisky 12 year old 46% 70cl

Speyside region.Rothes Town district.

Brothers James and John Grant, who were attracted to the location by the plentiful supply of spring water from the Caperdonich Well on the hillside above, founded the distillery in 1840.

They had been smugglers and also worked the Dandaleith distillery near Craigellachie during the 1830s.

Glen Grant Single Malt Scotch Whisky Tasting Notes..

Distilled Autumn 1996.Bottled winter 2008 Provenance bottling by Douglas Laing

The nose carries a fresh and clean, lightly barley sugared sweetness with honey and fresh apple.

The medium weighted body reveals a sweet palate with the same barley sugar and honey combination repeated.

The finish is medium long with a spiced and orange pith tang. (J)

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