26 June 2015 14:43

Grant's Launches Premium Select Reserve in SA

South African whisky enthusiasts can now further explore the Grant's rich history of stories and craftsmanship, with the exciting debut of the brand's premium blend, the Grant's Select Reserve.

Grant's Select Reserve is described as "unmistakable sweet yet rich and peaty", and "delicious and multi-layered whisky with hints of fresh fruits, subtle spices and light peat smoke, all enveloped in a vanilla sweetness."

Lauren Kuhlmey, Grant's SA Marketing Manager, comments: "This is truly an exciting period for us as we introduce this unique blend in the Grant's Family. We believe that Grant's Select Reserve is a premium, yet accessible offering in the blended whisky category and we hope that this new variant will set a high benchmark in the South African market. "

Grant's Select Reserve is produced by the award-winning independent family-owned distiller William Grant & Sons, who produce a range of cask finished and aged blended scotch whiskies. The range of whiskies includes:

  • Grant's Family Reserve, the world's oldest and most popular family-owned scotch whisky
  • Grant's Cask Editions, created by 'finishing' Grant's Family Reserve in either ale or sherry casks before bottling
  • Grant's 12 Year Old, the only blended Scotch whisky to spend an extra finishing period in American oak casks, producing a full bodied Scotch of exceptional richness.

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