Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2017 winners

18th October, 2016 by Nicola Carruthers

Glen Grant Aged 18 Years Rare Edition

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In second place is Glen Grant Aged 18 Years Rare Edition, the first Scotch on the Whisky Bible podium since 2014. The Speyside malt blew away Murray as he tested 1,241 new samples for the latest edition of his influential guidebook. He said: “It’s the best new offering from the motherland in a few years; a sensational return to form. It is a 43% volume dram; unleashed at 46%, non-chill-filtered, and Scotland might well be champion again.”

One Response to “Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible 2017 winners”

  1. Pl says:

    This should have been Yamazaki sherry oak 2016 not the 2013.

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