Ah! Speyside is still a beautiful place and beautiful whiskies.


What are you going to tell me? A Glen Grant! He's laughing at us!


Well, no, because the 18-year-old is worthy of the name with his gold color.


Like all good Speyside, it sends flowers, fruits and vanilla into the nose. Then come the scents of wood and spices that announce a sweet whisky.


This smoothness is found in the mouth. The palate is full of sweet sensations with flavours of grapes, caramel, almost vanilla pastry.


The walk in the forest continues when the aromas return slowly but persistently in the mouth with a base of spices and wood.


In the end, after the apprehension of drinking a Glen Grant (certainly at over 110 €) the pleasure is there. It was nevertheless voted best Scottish single malt in the Bible whisky in 2016 and 2017.