Whisky Glen Grant, "170th Anniversary", gift box, 0.7 L
Whisky a rich golden brown.
Whiskey has a full, soft and sweet taste with deep, rich tones of sherry, rum, raisins, stone fruit and citrus fruits, green banana, gooseberry and nuances of peat smoke and strong, lingering, smoky, sweet aftertaste.
Delightful aroma of whiskey reveals notes of white fruits, sweet malt, vanilla and honey, hints of gooseberry, banana peel, candied lemon peel, red orange, caramel and raisins, kiwi fruit and nuances of smoke.
Whiskey ideal as a digestif, goes well with a cigar.
Whisky Glen Grant appeared in 1840 in the Scottish town of Rothes, Morayshire in the county, which is located in the valley of the river legendary Speyside. The creators of the distillery were the brothers John and James Grant. They had a lot of experience in the business of production and distribution of whiskey. James Grant, Jr. in 1872, inherited the distillery. Major James Grant uses the most advanced technology while in production. When the demand for whiskey began to increase, James Jr. built a second distillery. During the XX century mark evolved, while remaining under the control of the family of Grants. Gradually there was a change of owners. In 1952 he started a chain of associations, which ended in the creation of Glenlivet Distillers Ltd., and in 1978 the company was bought by the company Seagram. In 2001, the company Pernod Richard buys the business from Seagram. Soon distillery buys Italian Campari Group. Glen Grant became the most popular single-malt in Italy. Glen Grant distillery today is among the five largest in terms of volume production of single malt producers.
Glen Grant produces 5.9 million liters a year, but after the planned modernization, speed can be increased to 12 million. Plant Glen Grant has always been considered innovative: he first had electricity in their houses, set drum moltinga, has introduced a process for dyeing whiskey caramel. Currently, half of the malt factory Glen Grant is used for mixtures "Chivas", half - for the manufacture of a wide range of Scottish single malt whiskey.