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Whisky "Glen Grant", 2005, gift box, 0.7 L

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Tasting Notes

Color

Whiskey golden brown.

Taste

The taste of whiskey a rich, well-balanced, with enchanting notes of ginger bread, malt and dry grass. In the aftertaste nuances of hay and honey.

Aroma

Whisky has a seductive aroma with notes of dried fruit and nutmeg, supplemented by light nuances of roasted barley, honey, mint and apple peel.

Gastronomy

Whiskey ideal as a digestif, goes well with a cigar.

Interesting Facts

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.

Bottling and production of whiskey "Glen Grant" 2003 in 2014 the company has implemented Gordon & MacPhail, which is the oldest and most respected by the manufacturer of whiskey. The high status of Gordon and McPhail confirmed the title of "Official supplier of single malt and blended Scotch whiskey" to the European Parliament in Brussels and Luxembourg. In addition, the official consumer Gordon and McPhail are Royal British Parliament in London and the Scottish Parliament in Edinburgh. Today the collection of Gordon & MacPhail whiskey is one of the largest in the world. Some whiskeys are aged over 50 years.

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In our store you can buy whisky "Glen Grant", 2005, gift box, 0.7 L, price "Glen Grant", 2005, gift box, 0.7 L — £ 66. Producer whisky Gordon and MacPhail. Delivery "Glen Grant", 2005, gift box, 0.7 L.

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