Give a Signature Gift This Christmas With Grant’s Whisky

The world’s oldest family owned blended Scotch whisky, Grant’s has put together a new twist on it’s traditional bottle with the release of its Signature blend with hints of warm caramel and biscuit. We were kindly sent this to review.

Once you’ve had a dram or two you won’t want to give this as a Christmas present as you will want to keep it  for yourself.

Know somebody who thinks of themselves as a whisky connoisseur?  Then you should treat them to a bottle of Grant’s Signature blend.   Just like the original, the bottle is packed in the well known blue box however the label now states Signature on the front.

Whether you like it on the rocks, with water or in a mixer, you will be able to taste the hints of caramel and malty character, John said it would definitely warm you up on a colds winter night – any excuse just to try it!
With a rich golden tone even single malt lovers will be eying up a glass.

With an ABV of 40% and no sign of heavy colouring, this has a serious kick and we are sure most Dad’s and whisky lovers would be pleased to receive a bottle of this at Christmas.

If you are heading out to a friends and don’t want to take the same old box of chocolates and bottle of wine (which they probably already have lots of) then a bottle of  Grant’s Signature would show that you have taken the time to find a gift they’d really appreciate.

After trying two or three drams  (just to make sure) John felt that for under twenty pounds it was a great choice for over the festive period and because of its tones it would go very well with a slice of chocolate Christmas pudding!

With over 120 years since it’s creation we are pretty sure Grant’s has hit the spot with this one!

Available at Tesco and all  other leading supermarkets Grant’s Signature has an RRP of £18.49

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