Glen Grant 12 Year Old
  • apple
  • butter
  • almonds
  • vanilla
  • marzipan
  • caramel
  • orange peel
  • fruit
  • sweet
Glen Grant 12 Year Old
Glen Grant 12 Year Old
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Reviews & Tasting Notes - Glen Grant

12 Year Old (0.75l, 43%)
Price $45.99

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Based on 118 votes, the average rating for Glen Grant 12 Year Old is 7.7/10.

Top reviews for Glen Grant 12 Year Old:

― It was very smooth. I liked it alot

― It's amazing that a 12 year old Scotch can be so easy to drink! The nose gives you a blast of fresh apples and sweet butter. The Scotch rolls smoothly from the tip of your tongue and down the back of your throat. Sharpness is minimal, and any kind of spiciness or bite is delivered softly. The well balanced mouthfeel is a great medium for delivering its sweet almond and honey flavors. It's definitely not the most complex or sophisticated Scotch, but it's simply "yummy." I highly recommend it as an introduction to Scotch since it delivers the quintessential Speyside flavors while being very palatable. It's also great for seasoned drinkers who need a break from other heavy hitting Scotches. This one will last like apple juice to you guys!

― Simply amazing! Best 12 yr old Speyside in the market. Smooth and delicious

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Why people love it?

Glen Grant 12 Year Old which is carefully distilled at Glen Grant is adored for its apple, butter, almonds and vanilla flavor notes.

Learn more about this
  • Category Scotch
  • Country Scotland
  • Region Speyside
  • Distillery Glen Grant
  • Age 12 Year Old
  • Style Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Alcohol 43%
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Appearance / Color
Clarified Butter

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Apples and oranges — literally — with butter and almond

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Creamy granola with sweet apple and vanilla

Finish
Lingering with a hint of marzipan


Smartass corner

The name “Grant” is one of the most used in the world of Whiskies. Glen Grant is a Speyside Single Malt, but so is William Grant & Sons — they’re not the same. And there is a William Grant & Sons division making Canadian Whiskey, and another making Grant’s Blended Scotch. And just to confuse us even more, there is Samuel Grant Bourbon in Kentucky.
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