Glen Grant 30 Year Old Platinum Old & Rare with case Glen Grant 30 Year Old Platinum Old & Rare
Glen Grant 30 Year Old Platinum Old & Rare with case

Glen Grant 30 Year Old Platinum Old & Rare

70cl 52.4% abv Speyside

£470.00
SKU
19311
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Glen Grant 30 Year Old Platinum Old & Rare Description

This single cask has been bottled by Hunter Laing & Co. of Glasgow as part of their Platinum Old & Rare Selection. Distilled at Glen Grant in September 1988 and matured for a full three decades in a refill hogshead, only 205 bottles have been filled at a natural cask strength of 52.4% abv, free from chill-filtration and artificial colouring.Dark fruits, chocolate toffee and red berries on the nose; the palate brings warming notes of caramel and chocolate covered almonds, before a long and lingering finish with a hint of nuts.

Product Details

Distillery/Brand
Glen Grant
Classification
Scotch Whisky
Region
Speyside
Style
Single Malt
Size
70cl
ABV
52.4%
Age Statement
30 Year Old
Vintage
1988
Limited Edition
Single Cask

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