Whisky "Grant's" Rare Old, Aged 18 Years, gift tube, 750 ml
Whisky has an amazing light golden color.
Whisky has a complex, dense taste in music that feels fruit cake, honey, candied fruits, nuts and port. The finish is long, rich and incredibly elegant.
Whiskey has a rich flavor, which is dominated by a touch of honey and chords of various spices. Also in the composition guessed subtle fragrance of fruit port.
Recommended to drink whiskey neat or diluted with a little water.
"Grant's" Rare Old, Aged 18 Years - a great blend made from the finest grades of grain and single malt whiskey. Its shutter speed is at least 18 years of age. First drink matures in new oak barrels, and then - in specially prepared casks from the port. Thanks to this technology of "Grants" Old Reer has a balanced, harmonious and incredibly deep flavor, which are guessed fruity shades.
Whiskey "Grants" Reer Old, 18-year-old is not only excellent taste and aroma, but also luxurious décor. Bottle of unusual shape, made in the Victorian style and enclosed in an elegant gift tube, can decorate a shelf of any bar and an excellent show.
Due to its inimitable taste aromatic characteristics of whiskey "Grant's" Rare Old, Aged 18 Years has become a very popular product among discerning connoisseurs of high-quality spirits, and has received numerous honors and awards. In 2007, the whiskey was awarded a gold medal at the competition "International Spirits Challenge" and the title of "Best Scotch Blended Whisky" on "World Whisky Awards", in 2008 - gold on the "International Spirits Challenge" and "Scotch Whisky Masters", and 2009 - bronze medal at the "International Spirits Challenge".
Whiskey distillery is created on an independent family-owned company William Grant & Sons, founded by William Grant in 1886. Today, it continues the tradition of the fifth generation of the family. Whiskey of the manufacturer known worldwide, they are sold in more than 180 countries. In 2007, William Grant & Sons won the status of "Best Distillery" at the international competition "IWSC Worldwide".