Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky
A champion blend.
Also from William Grant Branded Whisky
Whisky or Whiskey
What's in a name? Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled Grant's Blended Scotch Whiskey, rather than whisky.
Grant's Blend Bottling Note
A blended whisky from William Grant & Sons, this was awarded a Silver medal at the 2007 International Wine and Spirits Competition.
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The nose is quite soft and light. There are notes of malted barley and toasted cereals with the requisite sweetness. The palate is of good body and quite sweet. There are notes of toffee and caramel with vanilla fudge and a touch of gentle, supple oak. The finish is of medium-length.
Whenever I look at this bottle, I remember a cool night, with a friend, cigarettes on our lips, heading down the alleys to home. I love it.
river of oblivion
Can you go better for the price?
i just drop by to say hello!nice taste
Having been happy to get a bottle of this as a present from a friend it is very enjoyable. For £15ish on a 70cl bottle I have yet for the money to find better. It is a very enjoyable drink with a definite oak finish. It has complex sweet subtleties in the taste and finish. Get in!
Only Blended that is better then it is VAT69. in the price range of course. i would buy Grant's Family reserve over JW Black Label without giving it a second thought. as a side note, i won a huge 4L bottle in a competition a few years ago.so grant's was my first love :) but vat is better then it.
If you are searching for a whisky that can replicate an inadvertent mixing of rubbing alcohol and apple juice and store brand Scotch, this is it. It actually has a nondescript, bitter-sweet Scotch flavor with a very nasty rubbing alcohol like bloom. Errr...nasty stuff. Serve this to an unwanted house pest so he won't return. No give him the bottle and ask him to leave.
Grant's 'The Family Reserve' is a superb example of blending skill, and one of the most complex examples of the type I've ever tasted. My favourite blend is still Teacher's (that Ardmore malt... unbeatable!), but I'd say this wins over it in terms of sheer complexity. The nose is mouthwatering, sweet malts, dark fruit, then the palate really opens the throttle: more malt, rich fruit, hay, something almost vegetal-like, the malt and the grain standing out from each other, distinctive, the finish rolling all those flavours up and gently fading away. A masterpiece.