The Glen Grant Releases 21 Year Old Scotch, the Oldest Whisky in Its Permanent Collection
On Wednesday, Speyside scotch whisky distillery The Glen Grant announced the release of the oldest expression in its permanent collection.
The Glen Grant 21 Years Old launches this month and joins the 10-, 12-, 15- and 18-year-old whiskies in the Glen Grant portfolio.
“This 21-Year-Old whisky marks a highly significant moment in time for The Glen Grant and one which will pave the way for a new era,” The Glen Grant Master Distiller Dennis Malcolm said in a news release. “This is an exciting development and one which I know will take us forward into the future with pride and passion. Each one of our whiskies tells its own story and reveals its very own flavour journey defined by a captivating character, with unfolding layers and surprising complexity. I’m proud and thrilled to be able to share this wonderful whisky with the world and continue our commitment to consistent quality which I believe truly sets us apart.”
Bottled at 92 proof, The Glen Grant 21 is blended in small batches at the Glen Grant distillery in Rothes.
The Glen Grant 21 Years Old is available in key global markets including the U.S., UK and Asia at a suggested retail price of $360.
The Glen Grant 21 Years Old
Nose: Sweet ripe peaches, toffee and raisins
Taste: Soft, welcoming mouthfeel exploding with rich tropical fruits, such as coconut, and creamy butter
Finish: Long enduring finish of caramelised crème brûlée
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