Glen Grant 10 Year Old70cl / 40%
- Speyside Single Malt Scotch Whisky
- Distillery Bottling
Glen Grant 10 Year Old Reviews
Tasting notes by Billy A
Nose: Orange and lemon zest, vanilla cream and toffee.
Palate: Oily, with fudge and cream chased by orange, lemon, honeysuckle and sweet apple.
Finish: Freshly crushed grain, soft apple and a hint of peach.
Comment: Famously, Glen Grant produce 'the lightest spirit in Scotland', and while this is a gentle dram it's got a richness to its mouthfeel that you might not expect. A great warm-weather sipper.
16 Customer Reviews
very smooth and finest drink i loved it Cheers*****
I would hardly call this a conplicated malt. But it is sweet simple and easy to drink and very very good value. a nice easy and good whisky to have in any collection.
Pleasantly smooth with a flavoured finish.
Awsome Drink Value for money loved it Cheers*****
Very nice Speyside whisky. The nose is creamy with vanilla and toffee notes. Fruity and smooth finish. Definitely recommend this one.
Why buy more expensive whisky when you have this one?
This is a wonderful Speyside whiskey. A sweet whiskey that is not out of place in any occasion. Is now my "go to" whiskey with the only problem being that it's TOO easy to open lol nothing harsh or off putting by this whiskey.
A really good entry Speysider. I used to always have a bottle of Glenfiddich 12 as my 'baseline' on my shelf..... I think it will be replaced!
Very, Very nice single malt easily 10/10
Purchased a bottle after the recent Jim Murray award, was not disappointed, especially at this price.
Just as good as ever, pity about the new presentation
An excellent dram.
A wonderful drinking Whisky!
It''s fantastic, just buy a bottle and try it.
Love this whisky - smooth oily texture warm with great tastes of fruit and vanilla. Best of all is the cost! This compares to single malts in my collection that cost 3 and 4 times as much! Not readily available in the UK so get it while you can. Only a real whisky snob would find fault with this 10 out of 10
This is the proof that superb whisky doesn't necessarily have to be pricy. I consider this the King of Speysides. An everyday, any day, any season, after work whisky. Though I am an intense peat fan, I would gladly start my day with Glen Grant 10, or even live on an island for months with just that!