Famous Grouse

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Famous Grouse
Web Exclusive Price £15.75 £13.13 ex VAT (£22.50 per litre)
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First produced in 1860 (when it was just 'The Grouse'), The Famous Grouse has been the No. 1 whisky in Scotland since 1980.
Country
Scotland
Colouring
Yes

Famous Grouse Reviews

55 Customer Reviews

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  • 4
    11 April

    I prefer the black grouse, but this is nice too, a steal for the price in my opinion.

  • 3
    6 April

    Its not bad but there are better blends for the price. Flavor dissipates rather quickly and doesnt give me that numb sensation in my lip that I enjoy.

  • 5
    8 March

    This is a very good breakfast scotch. Goes well with lunch and dinner as well!

  • 1
    5 March

    Poor. Not of the quality it used to be. Seems to have little taste nor aroma

  • 5
    18 February

    Smooth and tasty. My favorite scotch!

  • 5
    26 November 2015

    This product is something the best I tested!

  • 4
    20 November 2015

    v e ry goo d

  • 4
    11 November 2015

    Expensive but with great taste

  • 4
    30 October 2015

    Every Indian loves Grouse why because it compliments chicken curry. Drink it neat in shots .In the morning no hangover

  • 4
    25 August 2015

    First things first, I just want to say that this is excellent value for money. Can be drank neat easily, very palatable. It''s very creamy and has good body for a inexpensive blend. This is a highland style blend, and you can actually taste the macallan and highland park influence. Overall: excellent value for money, one of the best budget sippers out there! Definitely better than its competitors in the same price range PS. The black grouse is good too!

  • 4
    27 July 2015

    I''ve taken to drinking whisky with iced water lately and although slightly more expensive than Grants has an extra smoothness.

  • 4
    16 June 2015

    Very commercial and well branded Scotch which allows a none-whiskey drinker a taste of better things to come if they went exploring into the origins of single malts

  • 4
    8 May 2015

    For me, this is actually a rather surprising blend, as its smoothness and complexity reminds of a nice, good quality single malt. Looking at their site, it seems no surprise as its a blend of: Macallan, Highland Park, Glenrothes, and Glen-turret. Although very enjoyable by itself, if I am in a mood for more peat, I add just a few drops of Laphroaig 10 which makes it more interesting.

  • 5
    17 April 2015

    better than any single malt

  • 4
    21 March 2015

    adding ice water is also good way to enjoy it.And I always do

  • 5
    20 March 2015

    U.S. Army field and general grade officer approved per W.E.B. Griffin, military historic fiction author. A wee dram will set you free.

  • 5
    19 January 2015

    I found this scotch accidentally and I must say its one of the best scotch considering its price tag! I have tried finding at lots of liquor shops in Delhi and HYD but could not find it anywhere. Can someone suggest where can I find Famous Grouse in India

  • 5
    29 December 2014

    Best Scotch I''ve had. First found about it from W.E.B Griffin novels.

  • 3
    28 December 2014

    I have had better but it is good bottle for the money.

  • 5
    25 December 2014

    I love your Grouse whiskey, but why Oh why have you changed your Christmas advert, we looked forward to seeing what the amusing bird would be doing this year, the new advert is not a patch on the old one, in fact very mediocre!!

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