As a connoisseur whisky for 100 euros a great story, just like the 18-year-old Rare Edition (which is not sold out yet and is still available for 100 euros). Of course, at the current price, you couldn't enjoy it that much anymore.
Intense and clean aromas of modern Glen Grant Bourbon maturation with lots of barley sugar, light fruits and a lot of harmony. In fact, the proportion of old casks here gives off a little OBF of spicy sherry flavors. Unspectacular perhaps, but super harmonious, round and a whisky to enjoy.
The longer it stands, the clearer the old sherry aromas come out. Subtle, but clearly perceptible - although that would also pass as old bourbon maturation. Very nice.
A nice sweetness from old and good young bourbon maturations, in between again a spicy bitterness from a small portion of older casks.
Becomes a bit bitter the longer you wash the palate with it. But all in all, with the ripe fruit sweetness, the orange peel and the light malty aromas, this is a whisky that you would like to enjoy several drams of without analyzing too much.
Lots of oily Glen Grant distillate and a good mix of ripe barley sugar flavors and some wood. Whereby the sweetness is in the foreground here. The finish is at least medium-long and "sweet as sugar".