Category: Glen Grant

Speyside Road Trip Day 3, Part 1: Glen Grant

Our last full day in Speyside was set aside for random distillery-hopping, and we decided to start it with an activity unrelated to whisky: walking in the expansive gardens of Glen Grant. The distillery is in Rothes, about 10 minutes' drive from Aberlour. We made a brief stop at Macallan first since it was on … Continue reading Speyside Road Trip Day 3, Part 1: Glen Grant

In Brief: Glen Grant 20 (43%, Signatory, Casks 88170 & 88171)

A marriage of two sister casks. This is very soft, with restrained fruity notes. It feels very fresh and young, despite its 20 years. If this was tasted blind, I would've guessed around 12 years old. The cask influence is minimal - on the one hand I approve of this, on the other it's just … Continue reading In Brief: Glen Grant 20 (43%, Signatory, Casks 88170 & 88171)