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Glen Grant (Jack Wieber) - The Cross Hill, 1971 - 35 y.o. - 53,6%
1F: 1E: 84/100


Glen-Grant The Cross Hill, 1971

Bottler:
Jack Wieber
Age:
35 years
Alcohol:
53,6%
Collection:
The Cross Hill
Bottle details:
non chill filtered cask strength
average
84/100
(83,70)
price class:

1 note disponible en français
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Jean-Marie Putz

A remarkably balanced nose. Sherry, plum, ripe fruits, nice complexity. All the fragrances mix harmoniously to make a general pleasant impression. Great smoothness without concession. The nose is close to perfection.
The mouth expresses the same complex smoothness, with it's sherry notes, hints of ripe fruit ant this nice light chocolate bitterness, and here also an amazing balance.
The finish is exceptionally long. After the first chocolate notes and the nice sherry memories, some woody bitter notes appear and remain for long minutes.
This is a marvellous whisky!
84/1002007

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