I love this blend and for the price it has few equals, if you like a smooth easy-drinking dram. It is also with keeping if you find yourself stuck with a harsh malt that needs taming. Adding 25% Grants to the offending malt can do wonders.
- Jonty B, 13th November
This used to be called "Standfast" and is just as good
- Johnny Norfolk, 12th October
An absolute classic. Good for the beginner, and for the veteran too.
I agree and echo all of the positives about it here. On the plus side furthermore: it isn't a sickly sweet blended whisky - it is very well balanced without becoming bland. Has been for ages at a very consistent quality level; just be careful with the caramel colourant guys.
- anonymous, 8th August
I definitively prefer JW Red Label which is more on the fresh/fruity side!
- rico, 18th May
Family Reserve from Grant's really is a very decent blend and amongst the best you will find for this price. Certainly good enough to be enjoyed neat. If you haven't tried it yet, give it a go, you won't be disappointed.
- The Colonel, 23rd April
A superb blend, really, really complex. You can have hours of fun with it, exploring it. I'd even venture to say that I got more nosing and tasting enjoyment out of glass of this than I could out of a lot of single malts. While Teacher's still has to be my firm favourite, this comes a very close second.
- Grant Melville, Falkirk, 21st March
Whisky de table. No more, no less.
- Mikko, 2nd Jun '12
my favourite brand ever ..
- faheem pk, 5th Feb '12
a very fine whisky with a great taste.
- Ahad, 17th Jan '12
Grant's is a very well constructed blend, fruity and oily with just a hint of a smoke. Excellent value for your money.
- Juergen /Netherlands, 9th Oct '11
I don't drink anymore, but when I did Grant's was my drink of choice. It's smooth and mellow, and can be mixed with milk.
- Glenn W., 11th May '11
I like a grants.. (although it hasn't taken over from grouse as my fave standard).. I introduced my step daughters boyfriend to whisky and coke a few years ago.. he bought a bottle of grants, which at that point i'd never had, adn it went beautifully with the black sugary stuff!
- scott-a-, 29th Oct '10
delicious, my favorite go-to when I don't feel like disseminating or making notes ..
- anonymous, 22nd Oct '10
Steve, there is a reason this whisky tastes like "bourbon wood," and that is because it is aged in oak barrels(casks)just like bourbon, and probably in oak barrels which were used in aging bourbon, because here in Kentucky we are only allowed by Federal Law to use the oak barrels "once" for the making of bourbon. Then, the barrels are shipped to Scotland to be used over there in the making of Scotch.
- LonesomeKyPoet@aim.com, 13th Apr '10
In my opinion the whisky seems bittersweet with some light spice and I think it tastes like bourbon wood. Smooth, and decent for the price.
- Steve, 19th Mar '10
I just want to buy this whisky
- anonymous, 16th Dec '09
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