Grant's Family Reserve

70cl / 40%
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
Grant's Family Reserve
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Web Exclusive Price £16.95 £14.13 ex VAT (£24.21 per litre)
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Grant's award winning flagship blend, first created in 1898 by William Grant and these days based around grain whisky from Grant's own Girvan distillery.

Grant's Family Reserve Reviews

33 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    25 September

    Best taste Honey dew

  • 2
    20 September

    Not much flavor to this one. At this price point, Old Smuggler is far more rewarding.

  • 4
    6 May

    This is my go to whiskey for a night out, cheap enough I don't feel guilty about drinking half a bottle in a night, but not so cheap it's basically paint thinner, solidly in my top 5 whiskeys

  • 4
    17 March

    For a cheaper whisky, this is a firm favourite - smooth and pleasant at all times.

  • 4
    13 March

    Love Grant's. Is it me or is Grant's tasting more like Teacher's nowadays (not a bad thing)

  • 5
    29 February

    So smooth and light, on the rocks it's almost refreshing. Very quaffable, easy drinking, a good whisky to keep in your cupboard for any occasion. At this price you'd be daft not to buy a bottle.

  • 4
    21 February

    Great whisky. Very enjoyable with pleasent nose and nice finish.

  • 5
    9 January

    Excellent smooth and light blend for the price.. just a couple rocks and good to sip...

  • 5
    23 December 2015

    Very Nice

  • 4
    1 December 2015

    Fantastic! The first time I tried it, I was admittedly unimpressed...I wonder if I got a bad bottle, or if I simply wasn't experienced yet with scotch. Regardless, this along with Teacher's Highland Cream are my go to blends. Grant's has an amazing aroma, not too heavy and intrusive, but not so light that I can barely smell anything at all. On the nose, I get really pleasant vanilla, floral and apple notes. Taste-wise, it is sweet without being sickly, deep without being obscure or difficult, and smooth as hell. An amazing scotch for the price. If you like a little more smoke in your blend, go Teacher's, but if you are looking for a simple yet satisfying, easy to enjoy scotch that won't break the bank, this is the ticket.

  • 5
    9 July 2015

    Ever green taste

  • 3
    7 July 2015

    Its a well crafted NAS Blend but the alcohol bite is just a tad too much.... there are better alternatives out there.

  • 5
    27 June 2015

    Excellent scotch with a great aroma and even better taste The price kicks it from a 4 1/2 star to a 5 star

  • 4
    9 June 2015

    Ok I''m not going to go over old ground and give you a review BUT some advice. When you have had a nip or 2 from the bottle, add a tablespoon of glenfiddich 15yr old (or 12) let it marry for a couple of weeks and you will turn a cheaper blend into an expensive tasting one. After I did this my bottle of grants tasted supreme. Btw this works with any malt and parent blend.

  • 5
    24 March 2015

    Just bought a bottle of Grants at a liquor store, and I really enjoyed it.. Even though I haven''t opened it yet.

  • 5
    18 February 2015

    Have been a bit lost since the loss/execution of my old favourite Bailie Nicol Jarvie (did these idiots know their whisky at all ?) but have discovered Grants Family Reserve , a bit fruitier but gentle , slightly sweet and untrammelled on the palate. Delicious.

  • 4
    15 July 2014

    A great whisky, no question about it. This one is good both for celebration or after a rough day. I find the balancing act dexterous between sweet and sour and salty and smoky and oaky and fruity and I could go on and on...

  • Jonty B 13 November 2013

    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.

  • Johnny Norfolk 12 October 2013

    This used to be called "Standfast" and is just as good

  • Anonymous 8 August 2013

    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.

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