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The Glass House Collection from The Glen Grant

The Glen Grant's new Glass House Collection includes 21, 25, and 30-year-old single malts, representing dawn, golden hour, and twilight in a glasshouse. Priced between $360 and $3,000, these whiskies are available in select global markets including the US, UK, and Asia.

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The Glass House Collection from The Glen Grant

The Glen Grant,owned by the Campari Group, has introduced The Glass House Collection. The range has The Glen Grant 21, 25 and 30-year-old single malts - the oldest aged expressions in the distillery’s permanent collection.  The  25 and 30-year-old single malts are new additions from the distillery.

The three whiskies are the product of maturation in American oak Bourbon barrels and oloroso Sherry casks. These whiskies are said to ‘represent a journey through the cycle of daylight within the glasshouse’.

The Glen Grant 21-year-old is bottled at 46 percent ABV, and is endowed with tropical fruit and creamy butter notes. It represents the glasshouse’s first light.

The Glen Grant 25-year-old has an ABV of 46 percent and exudes dried stone fruit and toffee notes. The whisky represents the light of golden hour when the sun sets.

The Glen Grant 30-year-old represents the period when twilight descends and the glasshouse gets bathed in moonlight. It is bottled at 48 percent ABV, and features ‘intricate layers of oak, woven with hints of nectarine, honey, and dried fruit’.

The Glasshouse Collection is available in select markets worldwide, including the US, UK and Asia. The 21-year-old is priced at 360 USD, the 25-year-old at 1,000 USD and the 30-year-old at 3,000 USD.