Glen Grant 1972

Country: Scotland
Region: Speyside
Type: Single Malt
Bottler: Berry Bros. & Rudd
ABV: 51.8%
Score: 93 points

I love older Glen Grants, and this one is no exception. The nose is honey, caramel candy and molasses with a hint of brown sugar. The taste starts off with a kiss of honey, then the spicy black pepper notes take over. That fades to reveal tea with honey and lemon zest. The lemon continues on the slightly tart and lingering finish.

Mark Gillespie

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