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The history of The Famous Grouse begins in 1865, when Matthew Gloag and his son William, produce the first bottle of the prestigious whisky. Matthew had worked as a wine and whisky merchant throughout Scotland and was privileged to supply the wines for Queen Victoria's royal banquet, during her visit to Perth. His son, William, took over the leadership of the company in 1860 and began creating blended distillates in 1875. The Grouse brand enters the limelight under the guidance of William's nephew, Matthew Gloag, becoming established as The Famous Grouse in 1905.
Produced today by the Edrington Group, The Famous Grouse is a blended distillate, obtained from a blend of the world's finest single malt whiskies: Macallan, Highland Park and Glenrothes.
Enjoy neat or on the rocks.
Description of 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: Oak and sherry aromas with a note of citrus.
- Palate: Mature, easy-going and full of the bright Speyside fruit on the palate, with a clean and medium-dry finish.
The Famous Grouse 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.
The Famous Grouse is proud to be Scotland's favourite whisky.
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