Glen Grant 1965, Bottled by Gordon & MacPhail, 40% Vol
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The bottlers Gordon and MacPhail suggest this as a cigar malt, rich and sherried as it is. This was distilled in 1965 at Glen Grant and matured in first fill sherry butts.
Colour is rich gold. The nose is quite rich with a good sweetness. Notes of Sauternes and dates, hints of chewy toffee and rosewater. A note of chewy oak with a gentle smoke rising from the spent embers. The palate is quite full and rich. There is a good oaked note. Plenty of winter spice rises with notes of apple peels and cut fruits. A gentle smoke emerges, followed by sherried notes. The finish is quite long with apple juice and spice.
Bottling: 2004 by Gorden & MacPhail
Region: Speyside, Highland, Scotland
Alcohol: 40% Vol
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