Notes from a blind tasting.
Look, a fine example of how Glen Grant has to have a certain age to look mature. For 25 years I would not have come in life!
Immediately after pouring vanilla full and some grass, after just a few seconds it turns around, grass is full and some vanilla. Floral notes, a touch of lemon zest and then fresh, ripe pears come on. Some time later, there is initially a very pleasant fruit acid over everything, including cream caramel, the grass is still present, but discreetly remains in the background, to storm again immediately when moving forward. Heat intensifies the pear enormously, then the vanilla, pear compote with vanilla sauce and an idea of grass strewn over it.
First, vanilla again, then the pears, ripe and juicy, comes back behind, together with the alcohol, which is now kicking mighty, the grass. The mouthfeel is creamy. In the second sip there is also a pleasant acidity from the beginning, which makes the pears look even fresher.
In the finish, it gets sweeter again, the grass disappears slowly, while the creamy vanilla lasts much longer. He also warms up for a long time. Overall, the finish is not even so short. But then suddenly disappeared without a trace.