The Glen Grant Distillery® launched a limited edition 60-year-old single malt scotch whisky in celebration of the six-decades long career of The Glen Grant’s own Dennis Malcolm, known as one of Scotland’s longest serving distillery. The whisky, the oldest, to date, distillery bottling in the brand’s 181-year history, was released in just 360 decanters.
Each decanter is marked with a bespoke number; every one of the 360 decanters are made from hand-blown crystal glass and are based on the design of the distillery’s unique tall slender pot stills. Nestled in an elegant presentation case crafted from sustainable walnut, the decanter itself required over 15 hours of expert craftsmanship for each creation, encompassing intricate details which symbolize the unique aromas of The Glen Grant. Each presentation case has the Master Distiller’s signature engraved within it and includes a Certificate of Authenticity, signed personally by Dennis Malcolm.
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