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The Glen Grant The Visionary 68 Year Old 1955 (1 BT 1.5 LITRE + EXP)

Plus Distillery Experience

No reserve

Auction Closed

October 5, 03:48 PM GMT


50,000 - 90,000 GBP

Lot Details


The Glen Grant The Visionary 68 Year Old 1955

The Glen Grant The Visionary is an exceptional one-of-a-kind creation. This rare single malt is aged 68 years and is one of the oldest whiskies to be released by the distillery.

The Visionary by The Glen Grant is a one-of-a-kind rare single malt scotch whisky that is drawn from single oloroso sherry butt #835, laid down in 1955. It is the only bottle in existence from this special cask and bottled at 68 Years Old at 49.2% abv.

This true one of a kind is amongst the oldest and rarest whiskies to be released by The Glen Grant distillery and is presented in a singular hand blown battuto-cut magnum decanter. The innovative design captures the suspension of the spirit within the glass structure as if it was itself a rare plant or flower. A precious stone Malachite stopper and base reflect the influence of copper, celebrating the tall stills which have shaped the spirit.

The Visionary is paired with an all-encompassing, Scottish Speyside experience. The experience will include a visit The Glen Grant Distillery in Rothes, complete with a private tour of the distillery and historic gardens, dinner and tasting with Master Distiller Dennis Malcolm, OBE.

1 bt 1.5 litre + experience (opc)


Lying with the donor. Duty Paid.

Experience to be organised at a time of convenience for the winning bidder.

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