Glen Grant 1957 Rare Single Malt Scotch Whisky


Bottle Size 70cl.
Alcohol 40% ABV.
Distilled 10th October 1957
Bottled 26th April 2011
Age 53 Year Old
Cask Number 3485
Cask Type First-fill Sherry Butt
Style Single Malt Whisky.
Bottler Gordon & MacPhail.
Distillery Glen Grant.
Country Scotland.
Region Speyside.
Chill Filtered No.
Storage Advice A cool & dry place.
Closure Cork.
The Perfect Serve Neat.
Service Temperature Room Temperature.
When To Drink Evening Dram.
Food Pairing Salmon, cheese.
Colour/Appearance Golden brown.
Nose Sweet-sherry and peppery, burnt sugar, pollen.
Palate Sweet with fresh fruit,
hints of sherry, charred oak, traces of white pepper and spices.
Finish Surprisingly quick, sherry wood and smoke.

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Since 1895 Gordon & MacPhail has worked with the majority of Scotland’s distilleries to build up an impressive portfolio of some of the world’s finest and rarest Single Malt Scotch Whiskies. Casks owned by Gordon & MacPhail are sent to distilleries throughout Scotland and filled with ‘new-make’ spirit, before being left to mature at the distillery, or in bonded warehouses, in Elgin, in North East Scotland.

Working in partnership with the individual distillery owners, each Rare Vintage Single Malt Whisky in our Distillery Labels range is uniquely labelled. In years gone by, many of these exclusive designs were used to ‘officially’ bottle the whisky under licence from the distillery.

AROMA WITHOUT WATER: Sweet Sherry and peppery – dusted fruit tones with burnt sugar aromas. Slightly oily, resinous elements are also present.

TASTE WITHOUT WATER: Sweet with fresh fruit flavours and a subtle hint of Sherry. Traces of white pepper and other spices with a drying, toasted oak flavour.

AROMA WITH WATER: Sherry wood, floral, dry grass, and pollen aromas. A little smokiness present.

TASTE WITH WATER: Sherry wood with herbal and green leafy flavours. Charred oak tones also present.

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Weight 4 kg

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