Grant's Family Reserve Blended Scotch Whisky 1 Litre

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Grant's Triple Wood is the re-branded bottling of Grant's Family Reserve. Rest assured it is the exact same whisky, however the Family Reserve bottles will be harder and harder to find. We have both bottle currently available on site for you to choose from.
 
Many whiskies take their flavour from just one cask, but Grant’s Triple Wood (formerly Family Reserve) are bottled from three different types of wood; Virgin Oak casks provide spicy robustness, American Oak lends subtle vanilla smoothness and Bourbon refill casks offer brown sugar sweetness, resulting in a smoother, richer, mellower taste.

 

Tasting Note: 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.

Additional Details

SKU:
10776-NGB-UNIT
Age:
No Age Statement
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United Kingdom
Alcohol %:
40
Region:
Multi Region
Style:
Blended
Varietal:
Scotch Whisky

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