Glen Grant Single Malt 10yo 700ml
NZD $53.99 inc. GST
Winnner of Single Malt of the Year (multiple casks) for 2016 by Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible, Glen Grant 10 Year Old is an exemplary Scotch whisky.
With a bright, golden colour and a bouquet of sweat pear and vanilla, this award winning single malt dances on the palate with soft and lively notes of orchard fruits and malt, and features a finish that is satisfyingly long and complex.
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