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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.

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

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

Love it

Above initial expectations. It's excellent in aroma and good value for the investment.

11th June 2020

Yummy smoky amazing price

Love it

16th April 2020


Keep up the good work.

7th April 2020

Easy flowing...great hold

Tongue and throat 4/5
Hit 3.5/5
After taste 4/5

Needs water

23rd February 2020


Freaking awesome

29th October 2019

Very nice and spicy with a splash of water

Very nice and spicy with a splash of water

9th October 2019

Good to better than a lot of blends

I like it as an everyday whisky. On Sunday afternoons I Like a peatier single malt. 50 years ago my first scotch was Grants. Fell away from it as my local liquor stores quit selling it. It’s back on the shelf as triple wood. I’d recommend it to anyone who drinks a blend

8th October 2019

Needs water before the depth of flavour is apparent

This was on offer in Tesco at £12.00 a bottle, (equivalent to their lowest priced value brand), so how could I not! (3 bottles). An unremarkable blended but opened up with a generous splash of water there is a depth and complexity of flavour; Spiced fruitcake predominates with a finish reminiscent of McCowan's Highland Toffee. Gets an extra point for being on offer.

5th August 2019

Unfortunate drop. Nearly makes it, then doesn't.

Honey, vanilla and banana on the tongue. Heavy caramel finish. The start and middle really is absolutely delicious. It reminds me of Aldi's Highland Black 8. The finish really is a disappointment, and pretty much makes me not want to finish the dram.

On both the nose and in the finish you can taste that there is a lot of young whisky involved. Almost as if it is 1/2 green! The finish is a lingering bite of methylated spirits, combined with fresh cut grass and cigarette ash. I've never tasted either of those three but that's what's left on my tongue anyhow :( Now I'm getting a lingering burnt toffee.

Into the oak barrel unfortunately. I don't want to bag Grants, but you're getting less than you pay for with this one.

31st July 2019

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