William Grant & Sons

Grants Triple Wood Blended Scotch Whisky
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750 ml

Grants Triple Wood Blended Scotch Whisky

Alcohol

43.00%

Content

Made in

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Scotland

Many whiskies take their flavour 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.

Ingredients

Scotch Whisky + Water + Natural Colour

Flavour Profile

Pear, Fruits

Tasting Notes

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

Serving Info

NA

Storage Info

Can be stored at room temperature, to be chilled at 4 deg C before serving

Key Facts

History -The first drop of Glenfiddich flowed through the stills on Christmas Day 1887 in Dufftown, Scotland. -William Grant was born in Dufftown in 1839. In 1886, Grant and his nine children started construction of Glenfiddich Distillery.[citation needed] On Christmas Day, 1887, the distillery was operational. In 1892, William Grant & Sons built a second neighbouring distillery called Balvenie. In 1898, the two distilleries started blending their whiskies William Grant & Sons pioneered single malt Scotch whisky as, until Glenfiddich, only blended brands were common. -In 1997, the Grant entered into a joint venture with the Robertson family (see The Edrington Group) creating a new company, Highland Distillers.[citation needed] In May 2010 the group bought four brands from C&C Group, including Tullamore D.E.W., for €300m.[citation needed] In September 2010 they sold the three minor brands (Irish Mist, Carolans, Frangelico) to Gruppo Campari for €129m, so in effect, Grants paid €171m for the Tullamore D.E.W. brand and its production facilities." "History -The first drop of Glenfiddich flowed through the stills on Christmas Day 1887 in Dufftown, Scotland. -William Grant was born in Dufftown in 1839. In 1886, Grant and his nine children started construction of Glenfiddich Distillery.[citation needed] On Christmas Day, 1887, the distillery was operational. In 1892, William Grant & Sons built a second neighbouring distillery called Balvenie. In 1898, the two distilleries started blending their whiskies William Grant & Sons pioneered single malt Scotch whisky as, until Glenfiddich, only blended brands were common. -In 1997, the Grant entered into a joint venture with the Robertson family (see The Edrington Group) creating a new company, Highland Distillers.[citation needed] In May 2010 the group bought four brands from C&C Group, including Tullamore D.E.W., for €300m.[citation needed] In September 2010 they sold the three minor brands (Irish Mist, Carolans, Frangelic

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