Glen Grant 1954 Scotch Whisky

The latest release in the exclusive Rare Vintage collection from Gordon & MacPhail has arrived, and it's from one of the most famous distilleries in Scotland. Glen Grant was one of the first distilleries to bottle a single malt, and laid down Glen Grant 1954 Scotch Whisky at their headquarters in the heart of Speyside. The whisky matured for a full 59 years before being bottled in 2014, and 610 bottles are available now for consumption. A full bodied dram with a light, gentle character and plenty of fruity notes, it's a special whisky that will not only be one of the oldest you've ever had but also one of the best.

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