Glen Grant - 70 Year Old (1952) Gordon & MacPhail Private Collection (Platinum Jubilee)
Glen Grant - 70 Year Old (1952) Gordon & MacPhail Private Collection (Platinum Jubilee)

Glen Grant

70 Year Old (1952) Gordon & MacPhail Private Collection (Platinum Jubilee)

£19,995.00
70cl / 52.3%

To celebrate the Queen's Platinum Jubilee, Gordon & MacPhail have released a fantastic bottling from Glen Grant distillery - distilled on the 26th of January 1952, just 11 days before Queen Elizabeth ascended to the throne and bottled by Gordon & MacPhail for their Private Collection series on the 6th of February 2022, which is the the date of the Queen’s accession.

One of only 256 bottles from a First Fill Sherry Butt #381, bottled at 52.3%

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RegionSpeyside

Distillery StatusOperational

Bottles Produced256

Size70cl

Delivery Weight2.0 kg

Strength52.3%

ABOUT THE DISTILLERY / BOTTLER


Glen Grant is a distillery founded in 1840 in Rothes, Speyside, that produces single malt Scotch whisky. Previously owned by Chivas Brothers Ltd, best known for their Chivas Regal blended scotch whisky, Glen Grant was purchased by the Italian company Gruppo Campari in December 2005. It is the biggest selling single malt Scotch whisky in Italy.

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