This ultra rare and old Glen Grant from 1953 pays tribute to the godfather of single malt whisky: George Urquhart. Often referred to as ‘Mr George’, he was the second generation in the Urquhart family that has been at the helm the legendary Gordon & Macphail whisky company for over a century now. Mr George made single malt whisky what it is today. Gordon & Macphail has been bottling and releasing single malt whisky since time immemorial; their cask selection is second to none. This Glen Grant 67 Years Old Mr George Legacy 1953 is one of the oldest whiskies ever to be bottled. It was distilled on Christmas eve in 1953. How’s that for a story? It in a pristine dark wood box. Only 355 bottles have been released. Due to the size of the box, it takes up three spaces in a parcel.