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Grant’s Cask Editions - Sherry Cask Finish

(70cl, 40%)

Grant’s Cask Editions - Sherry Cask Finish

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Grant's Sherry Cask Bottling Note

A blended whisky from William Grant & Sons, finished in Oloroso sherry casks. Lovely balance.

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Grant's Triple Wood

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

The nose is quite light and fruity. There are notes of nut oils and mixed peels, hints of honey and a little oaken note. The palate is of medium-body and quite well-balanced. There are notes of sherried peels and sultanas, winter fruitcake with spice and developing oak. The finish is nutty and long with dried fruit notes.

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Grant’s Cask Editions - Sherry Cask Finish Reviews

A question!

Which of all the types of sherry did those barrels have?

14th September 2021

Still My Favourite Blended Scotch

Grant's Sherry Cask Finish sold locally for around Can$26.00 and was my favourite budget blend for many years. I was sorry to see it disappear from the shelves of BC liquor stores about a year ago. I was very pleased when it reappeared under a new label, but wasn't happy to see that price had shot up to Cdn$45.00. I decided to take the plunge and a picked up a bottle of Grant's Sherry Cask 8 yr old. I still had a part bottle of the older version, so I was able to compare the two side-by-side. The new version is much smoother and more rounded, sweet and spicy, with less alcohol bite and a beguiling hint of smoke in the finish. I'm also happy to report that it's still my favourite blended Scotch!

14th June 2021

Sherry Cask price increased by Grants?

An excellent whiskey at this price point but like those comments from Ontario, they have delisted here in BC at government Liquor stores. Why, I have to wonder? I do see a Grants product that seems strangely familiar, 8YO Sherry Cask with a new label with another 12 bucks or so added to the price. Hmmm, seems fishy to me.

8th January 2021

Please ship!

Love this SHERRY cask edition, please ship again to ONTARIO

26th July 2020

a lovely affordable whisky

i happened on this whisky by accident... was in the liquor store looking for a whisky and there was the grant's sherry cask complete with free glass... how aprop0... however... much to my surprise i was completely smitten by this whisky (as an affordable every day drinking whisky)... it has been my go to whisky for about 7 years now... it is just truly enjoyable... at least it was until the damned lcbo decided to delist it.... now it is no longer available.... damn!

24th December 2019

Highly recommend

This peaty whisky is gangsta. Taste is as smooth as a thot's inner thighs. And it warms you up as nicely as cuddling with yo girl by the fireplace in the middle of winter. 5 stars.

4th October 2019

A surprise

This was the first whisky that made me realise that blended need not mean revolting. Mellow with Christmas cake and Demerara.

5th August 2019


As a relatively experienced single malt lover and recently financially handicapped, I found myself pining for a decent dram at a price point that fit my new limited budget and saw the Grant’s sherry finished blended on the shelf next to the basic Grant’s at a 15% premium so I decided to take the plunge. Expectations are everything in life and I refused to allow myself to fall into the trap of expecting single malt brilliance. That being said, I approached the experience with an eye to just having a “decent” dram with dinner and to my surprise I thoroughly enjoyed it. So much so that before I knew it half the bottle had been consumed. It seemed to me to be a poor man’s Fiddich 12 with lovely caramel, barley and sherry notes on the nose and a very lovely semi-sweet palate presence that was very different from most of the very “grainy” blended whiskies that I had previously experienced. In fact, I decided that it would become my new daily dram in my new constrained budget lifestyle. I began reading as many reviews as I could find and most were not very complimentary. My own experience was very different. A very enjoyable entry level priced whiskey and I highly recommend it as an alternative to many blended whiskies and some overly hyped and pricier single malts.

27th January 2019


Has an amazing character for a blended. Is the best scotch at its price point on the market, and is much superior to many of the standard single malts. Very nice sophisticated finish.

14th January 2019

Enjoyable, lively nip.

The Grant's Sherry Cask Reserve is another diamond. The wafting aroma once cracked open and poured brings this nip to life even before your lips get to the glass.. the use of the sherry casks for maturation is instantly evident as you first taste this sweet and smooth whiskey. The fruity aftertaste is well pronounced and a welcome reminder of the lively sup just had. Not overpowering, there is a tinge of smokiness about this one which leads to a well balanced drink. Very enjoyable..

31st May 2018

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