This Glen Grant 21 Year Old was distilled in the Scottish Highlands and released in the 1980s as part of the distillery’s Director’s Reserve series. It brings together floral and fruity notes with lots of spiced oak in the background. This whisky has not been in production for many years now and is very hard to find on today’s market, making it highly collectable.
Glen Grant 21 Year Old Director’s Reserve
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