Glen Grant is a single malt Scotch whiskey from Speyside. In terms of production, this distillery is one of the five largest producers of single molts. The production was founded in 1840 by the brothers John and James Grant, the sons of the same William Grant, the founder of Grant’s brand. Whiskey has a golden color, fruity-floral aroma, dry taste, and a long, soft aftertaste with nutty-herbal notes. Whiskey Glen Grant is aged in bourbon, and sherry casks, distilled through narrow tall cubes, the shape of which was proposed by Major Grant himself. Under the Glen Grant brand, you can buy whiskey with a 5-10-year exposure. Less common are more aged malts, such as Glen Grant 1993 or vintage Glen Grant 1962. All varieties of Glen Grant whiskey act as an excellent digestif and are combined with fragrant cigars. The distillery is open to visitors, where they can get acquainted with the process of making this whiskey. Tourists are invited to drink whiskey the way it was customary in the time of Major Grant – diluting the strong drink with the purest water from a mountain stream. Whiskey Glen Grant is very popular in Europe, and it is the No. 1 molt in Italy.