Grant’s Triple Wood Blended Whisky



from Master of Malt

£19.95 -

2.5 out of 5 (2 reviews)

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Since 1887, there is a family company William Grant & Sons in Scotland. It is known worldwide as the third largest whiskey producer and can call his own six distilleries. The Grant’s Familiy Reserve is a blend which uses as a basis the slight Whiskey Girvan Distillery. Around 24 other whiskeys come together in a unique creation. Then the spirit rested some time in high quality oak barrels. The result is impressive. Already in the fragrance one hears a sweet fruity and slightly peaty note, also can feel a delicate aroma of oranges. On the palate, the Grant’s is round and soft. In addition to the fruity notes an unusual chamomile flavor is noticeable, which is so discreet but that you can barely taste it. In the finish of Grant’s is grassy and dry. The slight bitterness now balances the sweetness. Pure drinking It is a delight. is the relaunch of the Family Reserve Whiskey, which will be set by Grants. As the name Triple Wood suggests, the blended Scotch superimposed on three types of barrels, which are responsible for the aroma of scotch. In addition to the barrels Virgin America Oak barrels (fresh oak barrels) come from American oak, ex-bourbon barrels erstbefüllte and used. Responsible for the combination of the three types of barrels is the Master Blender Brian Kinsman who could boost the Grants Triple Wood taste to a unique experience, whose character is based from the different types of barrels. By Grant Wood Triple Scottish distillery presented its future flagship. Grant’s Triple Wood Blended Whisky is a blended whisky. Rated an average of 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers and available from Master of Malt for only £19.95, with reviews like that this is one blended whisky you can’t afford to miss

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