Glen Grant 1952 / 60 Year Old / Queen's Diamond Jubilee

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Glen Grant 1952 / 60 Year Old / Queen's Diamond Jubilee
70cl / 42.3%
Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Gordon & Macphail
A very rare and exclusive release by Gordon & Macphail in honour of Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee in 2012. Bottled from a first fill sherry cask laid down four days before the Queen's coronation and decanted on its 60th birthday, 2nd February 2012. A beautiful celebratory decanter presented in a handmade wooden box.
(£6,665.83 ex. VAT)
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CountryScotlandRegionSpeysideBottlerGordon & MacphailBottling StatusDiscontinuedAge60 Year OldVintage1952Bottling DateFebruary 2012Cask Number465No of Bottles85
Tasting Notes:
Tasting Notes by Dave Broom for Whisky Advocate

Rich gold. Superb mature nose with subtle whisky rancio, mixing fragrant mango with a little mint, rosewater, and waxiness; there's even some custard and a whiff of woodsmoke before sandalwood brings back the exotic edge. The palate is delicate with an amazingly fresh acidity that becomes herbal (basil and tarragon). It's late summer, when there's a sense of the year turning, and you allow fond memories to gently wash over you.

92 Points

Producer's Notes

After maturing slowly for sixty years the result is a beautifully balanced Single Malt with poise and great complexity. The introduction to the whisky is one of fresh fruit and spices ' aromas of Cox's Pippins and Granny Smith apples, laced with cinnamon and root ginger. In the background linger subtle hints of lavender and rose petals, all wrapped in a sweet, toffee parcel.

A sip of the whisky reveals the age and depth of character. Initially there are hints of cedar wood and freshly cut grass. However, these are quickly replaced by rich, burnt fruit notes with a drying, spicy edge and a dusting of white pepper. A smokiness twists its way through the flavour leaving a slightly bitter, treacle toffee finish.

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