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Whisky Reviews for Glen Grant 1991 WhB
14 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 87.97 points
- This was for sale on whiskybroker for £70. Be careful of people trying to sell this for 3 times this price...
????: light gold,
????: warm sweet, pleasantly bourbon, sweet-grain, intense, feel the power! It opens with warm sweetness and vanilla,
????: sweet, smooth, intense but also delicate, nice biting, sooooo tasty !!! Though the sweetness breaks into a slight sourness at the end.
????: sweet, quite long, sweet and sour: /
Very nice dram. He might not have those sour notes at the end of the palette and in the finish. It might be ok for someone, such a breakthrough. But it bothers me a bit. It is a pity because it is very okay!
????: 4.5 / 10
- nice dram, but nothing outstanding either
Yellow fruits, apples and herbal notes, vanilla cream, some honey, nice oak flavor with some spices
here also the yellow fruits, some salt, honey, oak, later the spices (clove) and oak are added
medium length, light and yellow fruits, the wood is more noticeable at the back, slightly dry
- Unfortunately, overly cask-driven to the point of over maturation. Extremely strong wood influence that is not well integrated. An extra point for the price though (still decent for GBP 70 a bottle)!
- A bittersweet symphony with light fruits
Sweet; Malt, vanilla; Biscuit dough; Honey; light fruit; light herbs and a tart, oaky spice;
creamy; spicy; Citrus; Herbs; Nut; Barrel gets stronger; strongly spicy; Nut becomes bitter; now and then sweet nuances; light fruit; Herbs and citrus again
Spicy; Citrus; Nut; Herbs, vanilla
- Balance (22)
Good whisky, a little uncombed ... lacks charm. However, it is juicy and not flat (88.5)
Honey, flowers, malt, vanilla, tropical fruits ... milk chocolate (22,5)
Fruits, pepper, chocolate, spices (22)
Spicy, juicy finish, then vegetable bitterness, pepper and banana skin (22)
- Light and shadow, beautifully complex, old and solid, but unfortunately too much oak
fresh and light fruity, very malty with baked apple, vanilla cream, freshly cut grass and a little rose soap
intense, complex and mouth-filling after honey, green apples, chocolate fudge but unfortunately a lot of bitter oak
very long, the oak wort is massive, nice after cinnamon and cloves but too strong
- Glass: Blender's
It so happened that the nectar stood in a glass under the lid for 15 hours. So we take this fact into account.
Nose: you immediately understand that it is 20+ malt ... honey, flowers, dust, a drop of polish, salty cucumber rosol. Unusual mixture of aromas.
Taste: honey sweet, mint, then varnish, lots of varnish and ground black pepper.
Finish: long enough, peppered with oak bitterness.
Malt is well balanced. I don’t know why, but Molt is not attracted to himself. I do not want to try it. Just not mine. Not biased - 87.