Celebrate Burns Night in Style

  • Grant’s Family Reserve is passionately Scottish, much like the famous poet Robert Burns himself
  • Grant’s is produced at Girvan Distillery, 19 miles from Robert Burns birthplace
  • It has a rich heritage – which spans five generations of the same family of distillers
  • Very moreish – Perfect for entry level drinkers or those who have been enjoying good Whisky for a long time!

Grant’s brings you its Family Reserve Whisky, a sweet and rich dram which is a world class classic for a reason. This definitive blended scotch whisky has been developed over five generations to create the perfect balance of intense and refined flavours, resulting in a consistently crisp and rich drinking experience.

This is the perfect gift for someone who appreciates quality, has a discerning taste and, most importantly, loves good whisky. A bottle of Grant’s Family Reserve is a great option for dads, husbands and loved ones alike, whether as a treat or a drinks cabinet staple.

Tasting notes

Nose: Complex, clean with notes of ripe pear and summer fruits

Taste: Balances vanilla sweetness with malty and light floral fragrances

Finish: Long and sweet with a subtle hint of peat

With complex, clean and fruity flavours, Grant’s Family Reserve works well served both neat or with a mixer.

Cocktail – Grant’s Highball

Made with the world’s favourite family owned whisky, the Grant’s Highball is an ideal aperitif or accompaniment to a meal and ideal for sharing.


  • 50ml Grant’s Family Reserve
  • Ginger ale
  • Dash of Angostura bitters
  • Garnish with an Orange wedge

Fill a glass with ice cubes and add the Grant’s Family Reserve. Top up with ginger ale and add a few drops of Angostura bitters. Garnish with an orange wedge.

The Grant’s Family Reserve MRSP £16.99 is available at all leading supermarkets and off licences.

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William Grant and Sons

It was in 1887 when William Grant opened his first distillery in Scotland with the help of his seven sons and two daughters and five generations later it is still family owned.