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This was aged for 34 years in a refill hogshead before bottling in November of 2009 by Douglas Laing. A release of 278 bottles, distilled in April 1975.
A great example of what the Speyside style can achieve when aged in a traditional cask.
This dram has a amber-like color.
Nose (92): more than average. honey, candies, floral, vanilla, spices, cinnamon. Lovely! This is what you can expect from such old whisky.
Palate (91): smooth, powerful. honey, floral, citrus, candies, spices, vanilla.
Finish (90): long. candies, spices, floral.So based on other whiskies I have already tasted I rate this Glen Grant 34 year 1975 Old Malt Cask with 91 points over 100.