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Grant's Family Reserve

(70cl, 40%)

Grant's Family Reserve

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Grant's Family Reserve Bottling Note

A blended whisky from William Grant & Sons, this was awarded a Silver medal at the 2007 International Wine and Spirits Competition.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

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.

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Grant's Family Reserve Reviews

Exactly what it is supposed to be

This is a low price low end, every day blended whisky. Some of the reviews here seem a bit harsh. What are you comparing it to? It's not a single and it's not a speciality whisky. It's a quaffer, a go to blended at 14 quid that you can rely on time and again. It's not as smooth as silk but it's very drinkable.

21st August 2020


Beat whiskey chip price.

21st July 2020

Rot your guts

This stuff is awful, give bleach a try next time

25th June 2020


Try and Look for better.

24th May 2020

Great decanter choice for everyday tipple

Great value whisky for everyday sipping. For the price it is more interesting than the competitors (bells, grouse, W&M) and I'd say I prefer it to more expensive blends like Ballantines & Black bottle. It doesn't burn for me and I can happily tuck into this every day without the guilt of an expensive habit! Obviously there is a lot of grain in here, but I'd say it's very good quality. Save the single malts for a weekend treat or when you have visitors.

4th April 2020

A puzzle.

Cards on the table. I posted the "brown vodka" review some time ago. This was in response to a bottle I bought which was for "The Asian Market". Having been supplied with a statement with profound consequences:-
"We tailor our blends for the differing tastes of various markets around the world"

from Johnnie Walker (skipping across their absolute refusal to tell me anything at all about what was in the Blue Label I had just bought) and having bought a bottle of Grant's destined for NOT Asia, I must re-assess both this whisky and THE ENTIRE whisky industry. The very idea that a bottle of Blue Label bought in Manhattan is different from one bought in Tokyo is appalling.
Anyway, the current Grant's does share a lot in common with the "Asian Market" Grant's. It is thin. It has very little body, a sharp nose and one-dimensional, slight barley sugar after-taste. However, it does seem to be composed of some lovely, if exceptionally young whisky. I'd estimate the grain content of this bottle to be at least 80%, possibly 90%. BUT I also believe the GRAIN whisky is of top quality. There is very little backbone to this blend. But there is almost zero harshness or trace of that slightly sleazy "outer taste" which many whiskies exhibit. This is a funny one. If you pay attention, it is
1. not harsh on the palate
2. young
3. definitely whisky
I suppose one could say this is an "honest" whisky. Perhaps overly so. It brings to mind pleasant nights spent with very little money but a good fire, a warm tartan blanket and excellent chips bought from the local island "fish bar." I think I'm going to buy another bottle before I make my decision.
p.s. If you mix this 50/50 with Ballantine's Finest, both are improved. It really reminds me of the whisky my family used to drink when I was about 17.

7th March 2020

Strange drink

It is smooth, it does not provide a headache, it does not smell good , it has a crazy motor oil taste, it is cheap here $19.99 1.75. Scoresby is slightly better cheers.

2nd June 2019

Not bad at all

Keep up the good job Grant's.
Very enjoyable indeed for the price.

26th May 2019

She likes!!!

Wow i have given my lady every scotch under the sun from chavis to black label and recently a bottle of dewars on my 48th birthday... we both give you a thumbs up!!!

21st March 2019

Struths Watery Secret

Ghastly beverage associated with the pavement pirates and low-forehead cretins that shuffle along to the Bigotdome at Govan. Grants does for whisky what Gordon Neely does for youth football.

18th February 2019

True Value of Money

Get one bottle from duty free to try world's 4th best selling whisky. Loved the taste and finish

22nd November 2018

Not bad, but not very decent either

NOTE: THIS IS NOT A BAD WHISKEY, but it isn't something I would recommend. You can get better for cheaper, unless vaguely smokey and vaguely sweet is your thing. It's a very non-offensive Scotch whisky, it has touches of brilliance that fade too quickly.

The nose is quite subdued so you don't get a full profile just from the smell. You really have to dig your nose in to smell the apples and ripe pears. A light odor of nail polish accompanies it, but lingers in the background, not quite spoiling it but making it a bit rougher on the nostrils. It has a small bite to it, with an oily body. The color itself is a spectacular gold, which looks promising at the start.

After a sip, I can immediately tell you that the vanilla is overpowered by what can only be described as a light-to-medium spice profile that begins to burn right as you get the more succulent flavors. You get ripe peach mixed with vanilla, and its finished off with a delicately smoky toffee. I would've rated this higher had it been a little bolder, as it does have flavor, but overall it comes across as just another cheap brew that goes after the class of more expensive scotch but ends up with none of the excellence or taste. The light smokiness is a night addition that makes it stand out on the lower end of the cost spectrum, but if light smoke is what you're after, splurg and spend the extra 5 or 6 bucks on something a little more substantial.

6th November 2018

Proof that it’s what you like, not what is supposedly the best that matters...

My absolute favourite cheap and cheerful!! At first opening its harsh and has a nose like Metholated spirits!!
But the taste is lovely, it is strong with a bite, but is like a cuddle in a bottle. Always have a bottle waiting for the unwary.

9th October 2018

Quality whisky and a great price!

Like many I drink single malts on special occasions, but my everyday blend is Grants. I used to drink JW Black, but tastes change over time and I've found Grants is more complex. Grants makes some great single malts: Glenfiddich, Balvenie, Kininvie and Ailsa Bay. For quality and price, it's a bargain!

3rd September 2018


Very nice whiskey mellow on palate and not too Smokey recommend you drink neat or over ice.

23rd August 2018

Hard Pass.

Awful. Truly awful. Notes of licorice and motor oil.

4th August 2018

Brown Vodka

Bland, watery with motor oil notes. Great for mixing, not a drink to be enjoy neat.

7th May 2018

Not Bad, Not to bad at all.

I've been a Bourbon drinker for years. Been up and down the shelves, I have had a few scotches from time to time but never an expert. I decided on this trip to try one of those rectangle bottles. Into my second glass, the first on I believe I put to much ice in it. Second one I added 1 ice cube and it is much better. It is a decent drink for the price and I like the mellow finish but its still there. Not an expert but it seems a little peaty to me , which I find amusing and I like that. Figured I would put in my two cents before I have had more, which I expect to. I cant see spending 90+ dollars on something I know little about at this time.

19th March 2018

Good value

Good for the price. much better than JW red

9th February 2018


Tastes like turpintine

29th December 2017

clearly distilled for Priests ,Rag gatherers, and Mumpers,

The nose is very seducing, hinting of smoke and highland mist,
. Grants range somehow manages to include some very delicate Whiskies. Not confined to your purse.

28th December 2017

Great value for money

For that price i would say it beats passport, Dewar's white, red label flat. Best in its class..

11th November 2017

Excellent value.

It's the best overall value and quality drinking scotch for the price. Add a splash of sweet water to make very smooth. Dry, not sweet. No funny aftertastes, unlike very many other blended whiskies. Once accustomed to it, you may other brands taste odd. Just needs a touch of smoke to be near perfect.

8th November 2017

Excellent for the money

I find this scotch rather enjoyable. It is better than most other budget scotchs on the market. The Famous Grouse seems to be quite elusive in my area but I am determined to find it and compare. So far Grants is my everyday scotch.

28th September 2017


Very good

21st September 2017

Quite satisfactory

Fairly intense aromas in a closed glass. The aftertaste is satisfactory. Potent taste.

16th July 2017

A glass of grants should suit anyone for a drink.

I always have a bottle of Grants in my stock.
It might not be the best but its definitely not the worst.

18th May 2017

One of my favourites NAS blends

It's fruity, nice sweetness, no peat or smokiness on this one (very nice if you don't like peat/smoke scotchs) and it doesn't have too much alcohol evidence in your nose.

On the palate, it's a very smooth, not too aggressive and finishes very nice too!

I would recommend adding a teaspoon of water on it, makes it even better on the nose and taste.

Grant's is always making market campaigns around the world and you can often find sometimes bundles with tumbler glasses, ice buckets, T-Shirts and much more things. If you find the large bottle version of it, just buy it and you won't be disappointed.

4th May 2017

Perfectly acceptable, decent a budget blend

Gentlemen, I feel it's important to consider price when reviewing a whiskey.

If the cost was the same as a good single malt, I'd say you were crazy to buy Grants. But for 1/4 the price (where I live), this is a perfectly acceptable blend.

Give credit where it's due. Grants might taste little watered down, a little oily, but it also offers one of the smoothest finishes you can get... ***for the price***

25th March 2017

Alberto Viloria

Excelente Blend, a mejorado mucho, lo recomiendo.

5th January 2017

hits the spot!

Drank a bottle of this on the train from Edinburgh to Dunkirk. Wonderful trip it was! Grants is the brand for me!

28th December 2016

What happened

Not sure if i just got a bad batch but I can barely drink this stuff now. It has a STRONG note of something I can barely describe. It's like rubber or something or old bong water? I added some water to bring out the finer aromatics and ended up getting a faint note what tasted like soil which is mold. This stuff is cheap so I'm not angry, but due to the seeming lack of consistency I'd be reluctant to buy another bottle any time soon. Seems to be an issue across the board lately. Teachers as well.

19th December 2016


Fine as a " starter whisky " to me it's bland , overated , overpriced , I'll hang on to it for visitors , and keep the good stuff for myself . As my teachers report used to say , Must Try Harder .

18th December 2016

Worst experience

I tried this one while in a trip, couldn't even finish my glass, it's better used as a cleansing agent.

16th December 2016

Best Budget Whisky

Great tasting budget whisky. Smooth and spicey, with plenty of depth and character. Perfect for coming in out of the cold. Love it.

1st December 2016

Disgusting garbage

It tastes like alcoholic watered down olive oil. Honestly, i am disturbed by the number of semi-positive reviews for this thing... It's undrinkable. It's absolutely disgusting.

26th November 2016

A "loving whisky " rather than a "fighting whisky".

I was given a gift of Grants Family Reserve and was very pleasantly surprised by it's delicate sweetness.
Blends are not my normal choice in whisky but this one is, in my opinion, much superior to the normal run of blended whisky. Braw stuff !!!

25th October 2016

best value

Compared to other basic blends, this one is the smoothest and most enjoyable. Absolutely good value and a nice evening dram.

15th August 2016

Great value, not at all disappointed.

Nice figgy fruit flavor, notes of apple, slight bitterness. The grain whisky blends nicely with the malt flavors and is barely noticeable. For a 15$ 1L bottle I can't complain, it definitely has a distinct, enjoyable flavor.

10th May 2016

Too sweet

When it comes to cheap blends, buy Teacher's instead. At least then you will get a whiskey that tastes like a whiskey, and not as a artificial sweetened Jameson.

Cheers, Tomas

26th March 2016

Good taste and blend...

Drinking some great scotch for the past 12 to 13 yrs....just a few drinks at the week end watching Premier Leg football....great taste, blend and smell on the rocks....enjoy it...Grants is great...J&B, Ballantine's, Dewars, are some great drinks...another great is JimBeam Bourbon....that i lov....oh more... the Famous Grouse...that's also great...

17th March 2016

Great Blend

Grant's is a quality blend. So easy to drink, I take it neat. Seems more peaty nowadays, has a lot of similarities to Teacher's which is not a bad thing

10th March 2016

Terrific budget blend

Simply a great easy drinking scotch. Grant's along with Teachers and Black Bottle are just fantastic reasonably priced whiskys.

5th March 2016

Very smooth and light

So smooth and light, on the rocks it's almost refreshing. Very quaffable, easy drinking, a good whisky to keep in your cupboard for any occasion. At this price you'd be daft not to buy a bottle.

29th February 2016

Cheap grainy vodka like taste

Title says it all. I tasted a 43% version on 10 Feb 2016. It was pretty basic. For a couple of dollars more you can get Johnnie Black label which is far better. Or Teacher's which in my opinion is better for same price if not a bit cheaper. The Grants is really quite thin in terms of flavour because the grain taste is so prominent.

10th February 2016

good drink

If you like whisky and just feel like drinking some then this is a good one to drink.
If you're looking for an opportunity to demonstrate your whisky-tasting vocabulary then please go sit at one of the tables that has a dress code.

3rd February 2016

Grants Blended Scotch whiskey.

I have bought Grant's Blended Scitch Whiskey for most of my adult life, (I will be 80 in December). I would like to commend you on your marketing 'package'.
1. The shape and proportions of the bottle. So safe and easy to hold. Don't change it! I still find it difficult to discard it into the waste glass bottles. Possibly of an even more recogniseably iconic design than the original glass Coke bottle!
2. The label. Most attractive, seductive design and use of colours, gold, black and white. Even the discrete rear label with 'Drinkaware' advice and other information.
3. The embossed crest on the 'rear' elevation of the bottle. Subtitle, unobtrusive.
4. The design of the cap. Easy to remove / replace and artistically attractive.
5. The colour of the contents. A warm Amber hue.
6. The evocative aroma and light, pleasing flavour, also very seductive.
7. Its suitability for drinking as a mixer or 'neat'.
8. And finally, the name, 'Grant's' one syllable easy to say in any language and remember.
In duty-free, and with rare exceptions, (special offers!), I can not resist buying it.
Every time I picked up your distinctive triangular section bottle, I thought, 'I really must tell your marketing people my thoughts, so here they are!
Just saying 'Well done'. No begging or scrounging, just telling you my thoughts on your marketing strategy. Long live British (Scotish) Industry.
D.Brian O'Hanlon.

28th January 2016


Tried this on a business was part of the free cocktail hour...there is a reason it was free.

22nd January 2016

Great scotch

Very good smooth taste

13th January 2016

My Favourite

Having ditched JD I was looking at other whiskies ranging from £17-30 range and settled nicely on Grant's blended scotch. It had all the flavours and spice I like and is not too sweet either. Its also great value.

26th December 2015

Jim russell

Lovely taste for a low price blend I drank grants when I first started drinking whisky and always have a bottle on my shelf

24th December 2015


It is our every day drink before the evening meal - a day would not be complete without a dram!

19th December 2015

Very decent.

Unbeatable for value. I bought a litre bottle for £17. It's a really well rounded blend. A nice balance of sweet and bitter. A toffee rich flavour, and nothing remotely offensive about it, unlike JW Red for example.

11th December 2015

Kelly Clavette

I just bought a 24 of Grants for my friends 50th birthday. I think she'll like it after reading the reviews!! I will keep you posted.

1st December 2015

Best blend out in its price range!

I would give it a three stars on taste and the fourth is for its value. Bought the 1 liter bottle for $14 at Trader Joes. Beats the hell out of Dewars, JW Red (and black for that matter) and some of the other swill mentioned in some reviews. It's drawback is it has a shorter finish than I prefer. Then I remember, hey it's 14 bucks.

30th November 2015

horrible grainy & harsh

I remember drinking a miniature of this in a hotel about 15 years ago and thinking hmm it's not bad for a tipple. Either my tastebuds have improved or the quality of this has nose dived. Could barely finish a glass. Avoid.

23rd November 2015

Aprueba raspando

No esta tan mal pero tampoco es bueno, aprueba raspando teniendo en cuenta los demás en este rango de calidad. Para mi mejor que J & B que Ballantine´s y que Johnnie Walker red label. Mi veredicto 6/10

23rd August 2015

Don't see what the rave is about

Okay so for the price this is an OKAY blended whiskey. Sure you can mix it with coffee and it will taste good, but just drinking? No, not for me. The taste has also become duller with the years and not as sweet.

8th August 2015

price makes it a 5 star

Great aroma.....even better taste.

This is excellent scotch

18th June 2015

Not good

ballentines was better

8th June 2015

still amazing

for the price (heck, it's on sale now $12.99 in Pennsylvania!), it can't be beat. every bottle is solidly the 'same' but i notice, on occasion, shifts in it's emphasis....sometimes (rarely) the excellent 'grain' in the mix is too assertive....but usually, the sweet, tropical notes shine through..this most recent bottling is showing it's slight peatiness....a hint of smoke that doesn't dominate and helps balance the the three-way synergy of malt, grain and peat. this current bottling is spot on. nothing to bash here.

21st April 2015

Excellent buy and a good dram to boot!

I had never tasted the Family Reserve until I received my latest Edition of the Whisky Bible by Jim Murray. I generally drink the Famous Grouse as an everyday dram and stock several single malts. Murray gave it a 94 so I thought it worth a try. I was very pleased and surprised. A masterful job of blending (which often goes unappreciated) and very nice on the palate. I would give it a good 4 stars.

31st January 2015

What happened?!

What happened ?
I have had many botles of this,ever since it was labeled william grant's , and i always enjoyed it and pick it over JW red, Ballentines, sir edward's, J&B....(no Teacher's or Vat 69 available in Algeria).
I just no longer recognize the whisky i use to drink. This spirit is hot,it's sour, no more fruitiness, no nuttiness, the big prunes note is gone,also is the sweetness.It tastes like a mix of water, alcohol and caramel, in which they soaked a piece of wood for a while.What a shame ! think i won't be buying this for a while.

23rd January 2015

Take it for what it is...

...A bended Scotch at the cheaper end of the market. It's an easy to drink session whisky that won't break the bank. You're not going to spend the night discussing the finer points of the nose and finish but you will drink it and have a good time. There is plenty of competition at this price point and if you don't like the Grants there are lots more to choose from but none is necessarily better than any of the others, it's down to personal preferance. 8/10 as for the price you can;t argue with it.

20th January 2015

Avoid it

Here's nothing interesting to find, it isn't good even for mixing. If you want a cheap good one, try VAT 69, it's absolutely great. Teacher's works very well too. Even Cutty Sark and William Lawson's are much better, although much more fruity.

28th December 2014

It will do

I have definately had worse than Grants.there is a hint of malt that kinda left me wishing for a more malty full bodied taste than Grant"s had to offer.Ballentines hands down is probably the best low price scotch on the market.10 year old Speyburn single malt ($26.00) scotch is probably ( dollar for dollar) the best money can buy. Speyburn is the scotch that tought me some high priced scotch is way over priced and rated.

4th September 2014

Foul smells like it's been through a sewer

I know blended Whisky is not a premium products - however there are quite a few that decent enough. This one however I thought was pretty foul indeed. Each time I raised the glass to take a drink - I smelt a strange pungent aroma - almost sewer like. I will not be buying this product again.

6th July 2014

Not quite single malt but very close

A great tasting scotch at a very reasonable price.

13th May 2014

It's been a few years now...

....since I started drinking Grands. I bought 12 years old 15...18 single malt and I always come back to Grands it is my prefer every day scotch. I only wish that they still make the one with the golden label some say that there is no difference between the burgundy one and the gold one but, trust me there is.

23rd April 2014

Long time favorite

In my view no 1 blend. Been drinking it for 54 years. I know non scotch drinkers who say its acceptable.

21st April 2014


A very solid, acceptable blended whisky. If you consider yourself an experienced scotch drinker, you can take a step back, add a drop or two of water and enjoy this without spending the money required to purchase a single malt. Really not bad at all for a blend. You should enjoy it.

5th April 2014

Love it!

Just got a litre on special in Tesco for £17. I am sitting enjoying a big glass in front of the telly and I am at work tomorrow! Nice and smooth with a bitter -sweet aftertaste. One of the best young whiskeys out there. I have often turned my nose up at cheaper whiskeys, but I can see this being a weekday favourite! It is cheap and it tastes smooth and musky - what more do you want at this price?

30th March 2014

Nogood boyo

A great tipple for those long evenings when you just want to enjoy a whisky or three. A soothing blend that for under 12 euro a litre will not break the bank.

27th March 2014

One of the best "everyday" brands, not to be considered a single malt guys!

Some of the reviews are quite scathing, appreciate this product as it is meant to be, a mellow, well balanced young blend of grain and malt (though not 50/50 I'm sure!). After purchasing many single malts and enjoying all of them, probably a bit too much, I needed a bottle to snarf on a Fri/Sat with mates, but Ardbeg/Penderyn was starting to chip away the bank balance.

I've decided to try the Grants/Sherry/Ale varieties, avoiding Bells/Whyte&Mackay/Famous Grouse as they are all too "young" with that all consuming alcohol taste that gets the acid reflux going after more than a couple. So far so good, like others have said it is light on flavour, but as a neat drinker that's absolutely fine with me. I love the peaty monster drams, but for "artisan" whisky you have to pay a premium, you can grab a bottle of this for £13-£15, a 1L for under £20...

...If; like me, you prefer a few drams of an evening instead of cans of Fosters/Stella, I don't think you can really buy better at this price point. Sláinte!

28th February 2014

how do they do it?

for 14 squid a 70cl bottle its like they are giving it away...i love grants..and no i'm not pished...yet.

27th February 2014

whisky lover

Great sweet tones of vanilla and toffee. The vanilla is particularly prominent. Fairly smooth for the price and far better than anything in its price range, and even better than some more expensive brands. nothing on a good single malt, but very drinkable. 9/10 for the brilliant value.

26th February 2014


I love it

24th February 2014


The notes is quited soft sweet aroma very nice blend

24th February 2014

Offers next to nothing

Had a few bottles of Grant's over the years, but they were all gifts.
I never actually paid for a bottle myself, nor is it likely I ever will, because it is a very forgettable dram.
I'll rather pay twice as much for something else, knowing it will be 20 times better tasting.

22nd February 2014


Don't do it. Wait until something goes on sale. Don't do it.

21st February 2014

Shared with friends during the viewing of Sole Survivor

We all liked Grants. Especially me. I got smashed. Good smoooth taste for the price.

26th January 2014

You get what you pay for...

It was on offer for £10, and having not tried it before I couldn't resist.
It's harsh and a little bitter, I can't really pick out any pleasant flavours. As far as cheapo blended whiskey goes, I much prefer Whyte and Mackay's which is normally a similar price.

10th November 2013

Good god you are all overrating what is a decent whisky for the price, but seriously...

It's cheap, so expect nothing THAT good. What I do like about it is that while being cheap it avoids that spoiled young taste that so many in it's price range have. All of the flavors are light and thin, but there are at least a range of them, even a bit of skunky peat smoke in there, which gives it something interesting. In general it is a bland, but not bad scotch. Where I live it can be had for 10 dollars less than Johnny Walker Red Label, and it is far more pleasant.

6th November 2013

champion blend III

Agree with both above. This was my first Grants. As a neat whisky drinker, this is nice and complex enough to keep me interested. I would say the finish settles nicely on the tongue and carries on releasing fruity honey flavors; however, Teachers is still my 'go to' neat drinking blend to spare my single malt collection from weekly attacks...that Ardmore is still king. Good for the price though.

27th October 2013

champion blend II

Wow. Nice to see a really articulate review! I agree with everything said reviewer (er) said:)But would like to add an element...the honey...thats really big in Grant's, in my opinion. And its not sweet, cheap honey either but the good, runny dark stuff. Truly speyside.

22nd October 2013

A good un !

In a world where Grouse is now Ru..sH, this Sherry Cask Finish is full, but mellow with a hint of sweetness. Lovely.

15th October 2013

New Name

It used to be called "Standfast" it is just as good.

12th October 2013

A champion blend.

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.

6th April 2013

Nasty stuff

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.

13th September 2012


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 grant's was my first love :) but vat is better then it.

23rd August 2012

Can you go better for the price?

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!

26th February 2012

river of oblivion

i just drop by to say hello!nice taste

1st January 2012


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.

19th May 2011

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