Nothing say’s a special Christmas gift like a GLEN GRANT TEN YEAR OLD SINGLE MALT WHISKY. Moving away from traditional scotch whisky with its dark hues, smoky notes and flowery language understood by a rare few, Glen Grant is a high quality whisky that embodies state-of-the-art whisky production while offering malt whisky lovers a simply excellent experience.

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  Glen Grant 10-year-old Single Malt Whisky is an iconic drink that last year was recognised by the world’s biggest-selling and most influential annual whisky guide – Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible – as one of the best in the world.


In 2013, Jim Murray awarded Glen Grant 10-year- old Single Malt Whisky a score of 95 out of 100 based on nose, taste, finish and balance.

“This 10-year-old has excelled to the point of taking the breath away,” wrote Murray. “This is a tough category to win, but has done so with aplomb…

Unquestionably the best 10-year-old bottling I have tasted from this distillery.”

Glen Grant’s 10 Year Old Single Malt Whisky brings an added intensity to Glen Grant’s familiar orchard fruits. Rich in colour, it lingers in the mouth with a soft, almond finish. 

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About Glen Grant

Founded over 170 years ago in Speyside, Scotland by former smuggling brothers John and James Grant, Glen Grant is famous for its light, crisp whisky, tradition and innovation and the distillery itself. Spirited, fresh and light, the essence of Glen Grant is reflected in the distillery’s woodland setting, where dappled sunlight and pure Highland air and water come together in an enchanting Victorian Garden renowned for its beauty.

The unique and seductively smooth taste for which Glen Grant is renowned is the result of innovative tall slender stills and special purifiers introduced by James ‘The Major’ Grant, son of founding brother James Grant, over a century ago and still used today.

Glen Grant became part of the Gruppo Campari portfolio in 2006.

Arrnott Olssen
Editor Rogue Homme