Glen Grant 10 – A review

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Roommate brought this home from the duty free in Switzerland. Not usually a dram I would have jumped out for but cant say no to a friend offering a dram!

  • Colour: Straw Yellow
  • Nose: Candyhop sweetness, hints of toffee and stewed apples.
  • Palate: Light open, tofee sweetness, subdued spice, malt and pears
  • Finish: Long dry finish, fruity with subdued spice and slightest hint of nut.
  • Score: 80/100

This was a nice dram to have amongst friends. I had heard that the purifiers in the stills that Glen Grant use made light fruity whisky and thats no lie. I was pleasantly surprised with the length of the finish compared to how light it was on the palate. Not something I am going to rush out and buy anytime soon but was a tastey enough dram definitely with lots of fruit.

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Matt Healy

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3 thoughts on “Glen Grant 10 – A review

  1. Goes down fairly easily this one. Not the most exciting, but useful to have to splash around among friends. Which I take it is exactly what happened here. Sláinte!
    Keep on waffling,
    Nick

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    1. Exactly Nick! Not ever going to rant and rave about it but sharing the experience is exactly what uisce beatha is for! =]

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