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In the early 1960s Armando Giovinetti visited Glen Grant Distillery and was so impressed with its whisky that persuaded the distillery owners to appoint him as the brand agent for Italy. The launch of Glen Grant 5 years old was a tremendous success and the other Scottish distilleries, such as Aberlour or Balblair followed with theirs 5 years old expressions. Bushmills joined the pack in 1992 and soon became a serious competitor to the Scottish young malts. The whiskey was aged primarily in ex-bourbon barrels with a little addition of ex-sherry casks. Bushmills 5 years old was available exclusively in Italy until the early 2000s and remains the youngest expression from the distillery ever bottled.
Nose: light, malty and youthful, freshly mowed grass, breakfast cereals, lemon peel, green apples and gooseberries and hints of vanilla.
Palate: malty and slightly oily, vanilla, toffee, apples, quince jelly, hints of hay and lemon peel.
Finish: not too long, malty, with notes of vanilla, milk chocolate and hints of white pepper.