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Posted 29 January 2023

Grant's Blended Scotch Whisky 1L £16 @ Sainsburys

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Equals to £11.20 for 70cl, 80p a shot. A whisky matured in three different types of wood for a smooth, rich and mellow taste. Many whiskies take their flavor from just one cask, but we mature Grant's Triple Wood in three different types of wood: Virgin Oak cask provides spicy robustness, American Oak lends subtle vanilla smoothness and Bourbon refill offers brown sugar sweetness, resulting in a smoother, richer, mellower taste.

It was in 1887 when William Grant opened his first distillery in Scotland with the help of his seven sons and two daughters. Five generations later, we're still family owned. From the highly skilled Coopers who tend our casks to the distillers and maturation experts - Grant's Whisky stays true to William Grant's original, closely guarded recipe.


Alcohol by volume: 40%

Nose: Complex, clean with notes of ripe pear and summer fruits.
Taste: Balances vanilla sweetness with malty and light floral fragrances.
Finish: Long and sweet with a subtle hint of smoke

Serving suggestion:
Drink how you like, straight just as our master blender created it, on the rocks, or a mixer for a refreshing long drink.

We recommend Grant's and Ginger. Just add ice, ginger ale and a few drops of Angostura(R) Bitters.

Or if you're feeling more adventurous use Triple Wood in a classic cocktail like the Boilermaker or Rusty Nail.

Boiler Maker: Fill a high ball with ice, add 50ml Grant's Triple Wood, 15ml grapefruit juice, 10ml of sugar syrup and top with a local ale.

Rusty Nail: Fill a tumbler with ice. In a cocktail shaker shake 50ml of Grant's Triple Wood with 25ml Drambuie and pour into the tumbler. Finish by garnishing with a cinnamon stick

Alcoholic content: 28 units

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    Note not in wales
    Thank Mark Drakeford for that, it's for your own good according to him.
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