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Grant's Triple Wood

(70cl, 40%)

Grant's Triple Wood

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Grant's Triple Wood Bottling Note

As you might expect from the name, Grant's Triple Wood features whisky drawn from three types of cask - specifically refill American oak casks, first-fill ex-bourbon casks and virgin American oak casks. An approachable blended Scotch whisky from the world-famous brand, taking the place of the Family Reserve as its flagship expression.

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Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Toffee, buttered bread, a little cassia and walnut.

Palate: Honey, foam banana, a touch of lemongrass and oak.

Finish: Layers of barley, caramel and toasted marshmallow.

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Grant's Triple Wood Reviews

Decent blend

A fruity smooth blend of decent but not outstanding quality.

13th January 2023

Good and smooth.

A decent whisky, I always get worked up/excited when the labelling says anything "Wood", expectation would be complex woody flavour, a taste of oak etc. Dint find any complexity of flavours especially on the wood front. A good fruity, a smooth blended whisky. Nothing apart from that.

1st January 2022

For those of us with simple tastes.

If you like strong tea, like me, you will like this Whisky.
One ice cube. No water. Cheap as chips. Hard to beat.
Thankfully no peat, smoke or silly box.
Only requires a couple of mates to share it with.

2nd August 2021

Very Nice!

Very Good! No harsh after taist! Very Nice!

9th March 2021

Buy this

Great value in whiskey

20th December 2020

Again yuk


3rd December 2020

Tasty stuff.

The art of blending is often overlooked by whisky "connoisseurs", who tend to be obsessed with single malt, but The Master Blender is one of The Great Craftsmen of this world. Every distillery has its "House Style" and I believe that whether and how much one's taste buds or idea of whisky correspond to that of The Blender is even more important to one's opinion of a dram, than the pounds, shillings and pence behind it.
I find that, while I enjoy a bold single malt more than an affordable blend, I 'respect' the craft of a creating a good blend more than those who stick some whisky in a barrel for 100 years and charge £1,000 a bottle for it.
I like the taste of Grant's in general and I like this Triple Wood. Astringent barley sugar with an unmistakable grainy finish. Like 50s Blues, it's a little rough around the edges, but in a pleasing way. It is certainly better than the other affordable blends which try to cover up their blue-collar ingredients.
Johnnie Walker really missed a trick with their foul Red Label. Let's hope they learn something from this.
And I sincerely hope that Grant's release a more premium blend in the future.

13th October 2020

Enjoyable blend

Nothing wrong with this very affordable, every-day whisky. You can't compare it with a single malt obviously, but it's a fair priced, very drinkable blend.

6th October 2020

lock-down launch

good with cola... :-)

25th September 2020

Try it, you'll love it

This very good, worth every penny. If you haven't tasted whisky before, this is the one you should start with.

21st June 2020

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