Glen Grant 1948 66 years old Cask no. 1369 – One of 160 – Gordon & MacPhail – 700ml

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We are proud to present to the public one of the world’s oldest whisky. The beverage was produced in 1948 within the walls of the Glen Grant distillery then matured in a sherry cask no 1369 and bottled after 66 years by Gordon & MacPhail. Each decanter of this whisky is numbered and comes with a special mahogany box. Another feature of this collector’s edition is a book written by Charles MacLean, published especially for the occasion.

Today, the golden liquid form was poured – thanks to Gordon & MacPhail – into a mere 160 bottles for collectors and whisky enthusiasts to enjoy.

Distillery: Glen Grant
Bottled by: Gordon & MacPhail
Year: 1948
Age: 66 years
Cask number: 1369
Single cask and cask strength
The oldest Glen Grant on record
One of the oldest whiskies in the world

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