Insider knowledge: Glen Grant The Major's Reserve whisky is named whisky by virtue of the fact it's from Scotland. If distilled in America the spelling would be Glen Grant The Major's Reserve whiskey, as opposed to whisky.
Very thin. No body. In a blind-fold test, you would be hard-pressed to
identify this as scotch. I doubt 80 proof label. The government warning is unnecessary for this stuff as I dont think it would endanger anyone
to take a nip.
This was the first "proper" whisky I've ever sat down around a table and maturely tried... So bear in mind the lack of experience! But, I guess it's true, it really is great for a newbie like myself. Not too complex, very smooth. Like I said, my palette is hardly honed so i won't comment on the notes, but for me it was a pleasant and perfect introduction to the world of whisky that certainly inspires one to delve deeper.