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Famous Grouse (75cl) - 1980s

(75cl, 40%)

Famous Grouse (75cl) - 1980s

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Famous Grouse 75cl 1980s Bottling Note

This is a 1980s bottling of Famous Grouse blended Scotch whisky. As ever, a rather proud-looking red grouse graces the label, starring off into the distance almost wistfully, likely thinking about seeds and bread crumbs.

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Famous Grouse (75cl) - 1980s Reviews

Puts to shame many modern NAS single malts

This is a bottle made between 1980 and 1983 as it does not show the Royal Warrant. It is a fantastic blend containing a high proportion of malt whisky from Highland Park and Macallan matured in bourbon casks (which at this time was used only in blends). The grain whisky is wonderfully integrated in the blend and is barely noticeable. The whiskey is properly matured as it was bottled during the "Whisky Loch".

Tasting notes: Vanila, honey, fresh fruits (citrus)

Overall it puts to shame many modern NAS single malts

15th November 2018

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