Griffo Stony Point Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 47%
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Griffo Stony Point Whiskey
£67
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Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Griffo
Style Blended Whiskey

Griffo Stony Point

Griffo's Stony Point Whiskey is made with a combination of organic corn and rye, distilled in their custom-built still and aged in casks made of both American and French oak. A nutty, soft, sweet expression from these burgeoning American craft distillers - keep 'em coming!

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Peanut brittle, toasted marshmallow and grassy rye.

Palate Enjoyably creamy, with a crisp touch of black pepper adding spice.

Finish Brown sugar, fresh ginger.

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This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Griffo Stony Point Whiskey
Good but could be better
Not too sweet with corn on the front end and rye spice on the back end. Tasty but has room to grow. Better in a cocktail than straight or over ice. I'd buy it again after they've had more time to perfect their craft.
Master of Malt Customer
4 years ago
Favorite new whiskey
This whiskey has become a favorite in our home. It doesn't present that over sweetness of many American Bourbons, instead, it seems like you can taste each of the grains. I especially like the strong rye flavor as the spice is delicious. We've been drining it straight and making the best Old Fashioneds (bitters and sugar and whiskey with a dark cherry to top it off).
Master of Malt Customer
6 years ago
Tastes like you'd expect from a new distillery who actually distills and ages their own whiskey.
It's got that almost-band-aid-taste that tends to pop up in newer distilleries' first whiskeys. Bought a bottle pretty much expecting this but happy to support a local distiller. Hopefully they figure things out, because as it stands, you're better off buying wild turkey if you want an american whiskey that tastes like an american whiskey.
Andrew , United States
6 years ago