Nose: He has gotten a lot of wood, then comes the typical Glen Grant sweetness with vanilla, artificial honey, after a while the sugary sweetness passes and behind it come a few fruits, dominate sour cherries. But before I could discover more, the dusty roof beams fell over me.
Mouth: Here he shows a harsh start, even with a little water, the alcohol is very peppery. Now less sweetness, slight sherry hints, wood, dust, muff.
Finish: Very bitter, first dark men's chocolate, then the good old grapefruit, dry.
Conclusion: Alt is not always good, here the whisky got too much wood for my taste. The creamy Glen Grant sweetness is superimposed and dominated by the bitter notes. The alcohol is also harsh and bizzeln until the finish.
Am I not ready for the old whiskys or the daily form? Only 82 points today