Glen Grant is a malt with a bit of a split personality in some ways. On one hand, in its best known form, it is a large-volume, hugely popular young malt whisky in Europe, where it is usually sold as a very mild, light five year-old or with no age statement at all. This side of Glen Grant is very popular with young people, particularly in Spai ... Read More »
Very reliable quality Speyside from a distillery founded in 1840. Glen Grant is one of the world's best-selling single malts and is particularly popular in Italy. A huge 95 points from Jim Murray's Whisky Bible 2013, along with the title of Single Malt of the Year (10yo & Under). Whisky Bible 2013: Single Malt of the Year (10yo & Under); 95 Points
A recent addition to the range, this 16 year old is the oldest core expression in the distillery's range (which for many years consisted solely of only the 10 year old). Aged in bourbon casks, this is a complex and fruity whisky.
Formerly only available at the distillery, this Glen Grant Cellar Reserve 1992 has been introduced by new owners Campari and is being acclaimed as a major step forward. Whisky Bible 2010: Best Single Malt (16-21 Years) ; 94.5 Points
A limited edition Glen Grant specially blended by Master Distiller Dennis Malcolm to celebrate his five decades with the distillery since he began as an apprentice cooper in the early 1960s. A marriage of a selection of Dennis's favourite casks from the past half century, this is a fruity, rich and complex expression.
Another of Gordon & Macphail's long-aged Glen Grants which, along with Glenfarclas, represent the best-value long-aged Speysides available. Thankfully, Glen Grant is one of those special Speysiders (like Glenfarclas, Mortlach and Macallan) that is capable of withstanding immense oak ageing without tasting like a pile of wet sawdust.