The Famous Grouse (Whisky)
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Description · The Famous Grouse
The Famous Grouse
TASTING NOTES of The Famous Grouse :
- Colour: Golden, clear and bright; the colour is an indication of the exceptional liquid inside.
- Aromas: There are oak and sherry on the nose, with a citrus note.
- Palate: On the palate it's mature, easy-going and full of the bright Speyside fruit - with a clean and medium-dry finish.
Our whisky is named after the Red Grouse (Lagopus lagopus scoticus), Scotland's national bird. The Famous Grouse is the testimony to the unsurpassed blending skills of Matthew Gloag and Son, a family founded in 1800.
The secret is in the way we marry the finest malt and grain whiskies for an unusually long period in fully seasoned oak casks. The result is a blend of the smoothest possible character. The Famous Grouse is proud to be Scotland's favourite whisky.
The Famous Grouse
The Scottish Famous Grouse Whiskey has been Scotland's favourite whiskey for more than 30 years. The distillery was born in 1896 thanks to Matthew Gloag, whose signature is still printed on every bottle. Over the years, generations of the Gloag family have worked with expert blenders and...
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