What's in a name? The Snow Grouse whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled The Snow Grouse whiskey, rather than whisky.
Really a master of malt type
1st February 2014
Enjoyed every drop
if you like drinking your whiskey on the rocks, this is the whiskey for you. Straight from the freezer it's smooth to drink and lacks the alcoholic kick of its room temperature cousins. A very refreshing addition to my whiskey collection.
21st January 2014
Only one word can describe the flavour of this: Yuk!
Once put in the freezer it turns to a syrupy consistency with a sickly taste and even worse aftertaste.
6th January 2014
Bought a bottle at the Grouse experience, had to wait a few days until we got home and allowed the contents to freeze overnight. The cold turns the fluid slightly thicker but due to the alcohol content it does not freeze solid and the taste although very quick to leave your mouth is very pleasant. My wife does not like spirits normally but she will have half a shot of this. A very nice drink for those quick fix moments.
22nd October 2013
It's lovely and warm going down even after its straight out of freezer
3rd September 2013
I bought a bottle of Snow Grouse in an airport duty free shop as the idea of something a bit different appealed to me. What a mistake that was. It is absolutely disgusting with an overwhelming smell and taste of antifreeze. I like good vodkas and this is nothing like a good vodka, nor is is it anything like a good whisky. The only way to drink it is to add a mixer, but even then the vile taste still comes through. A total abomination.
10th August 2013
A great drink almost like a good Vodka. Keep it very cold, a real treat
7th June 2013