Old Grand-Dad

75cl / 43%
  • Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey
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A cult bourbon with a very high rye content in the mash, which provides a spicy kick on the palate. A very traditional old-style bourbon, not for the faint-hearted.


Old Grand-Dad Reviews

26 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    3 May

    I've been drinking Old Grand Dad for over 25 years. I love the taste. I will never give up my Old Grand Dad.

  • 5
    30 December 2018

    I typically drink Wild Turkey or Jim Beam but,picked up a bottle of O/G Bonded at 100 proof for $31 Canadian. It's everything that good Bourbon should be, complex nose, hints of vanilla and hazelnut, the first sip is velvety on the tongue but finishes with a burst of smoke and fire, as the alcohol percolates into the roof of your mouth. Old Grand-Dad does not disappoint. I think that I'll hide a case in the basement "for emergencies" :)

  • 5
    5 August 2018

    I have tried a lot of whiskey. I started out on crown Royal moved to Canadian mist then finally experiemented with American whiskey. there is just something about this 20 dollar bottle of whiskey that sets itself apart. I have no idea what it is but I love this whiskey. My only regret is never having tried an older bottle of it. If you're looking to get into whiskey go ahead and buy a bottle I swear you will be a whiskey lover.

  • 4
    14 April 2018

    I had the great fortune of growing up in Bullitt County, KY just outside a small town called Ridgetop, so there were distillers all around. My first pick of Kentucky straight bourbons is actually Woodford Reserve, but my favorite haunt here in New Mexico doesn't carry that brand. Their well bourbon is Old Grand Dad. About half the price of WR but an excellent choice nevertheless.

  • 5
    28 March 2018

    Old Grand Dad bonded is my favorite bourbon. I live near Bardstown, Ky and the selection of bourbons here is really outstanding. Jim Beam is distilling it again after a short hiatus.

  • 5
    26 November 2017

    Miss it

  • 5
    25 January 2017

    I love old grandad. I have kept it in everybar i have worked at..sad it will be discontinued. Very sad. And im only 56. Damn u waited till i died for that one. Very. Very. Very sad. Only bouron i ever liked and drank. Ask land i O lake stores. Lutz. Florida. Wah

  • 5
    15 March 2016

    I'm more of a Scotch, Japanese whisky kind of guy. As far as bourbon goes, I have Bulleit, Makers Mark (my wife's favourite), Jeffersons Reserve and Evan Williams Single Barrel. I admit, I can be a whisky snob at times searching far and wide for Pappy van winkle with no luck. But, I was at a whisky festival and one of the staff at the whisky festival I've come to know as a friend pulled this out from under the table and said, "try this!" Well!!! Snap!! This stuff is off the hook!!! Im 34 so I'm allowed to say that; I think. Anyways, you don't have to be 70 to be able to enjoy drinking this as a previous review questioned. Which is where I was going with my age and the "off the hook" comment. All the other reviews previous to mine are very accurate descriptions as to how good this is. Not only is it awesome, but the price point is better than some of the aforementioned. This is delicious bourbon, very robust! Lots of character.

  • 5
    3 October 2015

    Been drinking it for 40 years but live now outside U.S. Cannot find miss the taste

  • hoboroadie 17 March 2014

    I've been drinking this Old Grand Dad faithfully for thirty years or more, several times I split a bottle with Top Jimmy, it was his brand as well. I guess now us old-timers will switch to the bottled-in-bond.

  • FM 29 December 2013

    Having recently discovered quality bourbons, I've hand my eye on this for a while. My lovely wife bought me a bottle for Christmas and I'm enjoying it as I write this. An anonymous review below pretty much sums it up and I would only add that I find myself tasting a citrus-ey tang as well, a bit like orange. As well that dry, peppery finish, I get a teensy bit of oak too. Really a very good spirit.

  • Silkyruss 5 November 2013

    I used to drink this in my local pub in Newbury UK years ago and have never seen it since in any pub in England! Love it with lots of ice and a splash of coke..get in

  • Nick H 29 December 2012

    Certainly has a kick to the palate, but to me its exactly the same as 101 proof Wild Turkey but that's NOT a bad thing. Should be served real cold & gently supped through a thin straw, that will make your eyes water :)

  • Lucas 14 November 2012

    Disregard the name - fools will dismiss it as being uncool because of it. One of the greatest bourbons out there. Strong, rich and smokey. I keep coming back to this again and again.

  • Dr Jim 1 August 2012

    A particularly flavoursome bourbon, dead smooth too. Delightful to sit at a bar sucking down bottles of Dixie beer with Old Grandad chasers. Happy days.

  • R.T.Fishall 18 February 2012

    This is the ONLY Bourbon worth drinking, almost as good as the finest Scotch. The best thing to have come out of the US since Lease Lend. Unfortunately, both have a pay back! lol

  • Saul 6 June 2011

    Drank this a lot in Pennsylvania and Louisiana. Its great for sipping, or as a shot. Smooth and tasteful. One of the best bourbons out there for mass sale!

  • jean 12 October 2010

    can i marinara a beef basket with this whisky.

  • D Bunn, UK 29 June 2010

    To be matched against the finest single malt Scotch whiskey

  • JumpingJack 1 May 2010

    Pappy is my bourbon of choice. My friends all bitch and moan about how rank it is but they are a bunch of ****** anyway. As a salty boozer I reccommend this exceptional libation to anyone who has graduated from the kiddy bourbons (i.e. beam)

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