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Whisky Reviews for The Famous Grouse Blended Scotch Whisky
9 users have left a review for this whisky and scored it an average of 68.14 points
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- Very drinkable. When you need it, it there for you and it's a joy. The day after, a little bit cloudy at most.
Would give 100 if the label contained little grouse footprints.
Haven't heard any complaints
Light. Mild. Honey. A touch of triangle.
A drop of nostalgia. Wakes the mouth and warms the heart.
- A good blend in its price segment, one feels that work has been done, one feels, albeit a weak, but the effect of malt alcohols.
- I bought it to try and I like it altogether good
but it is not a re-acquisition candidate
very malty, sweet, slightly nut
strong on the palate and prickles
- It's far from the worst thing I've drank, but it's also far from the best. It's young, matured in tired casks, a bit heavy on the E150, and light on the mouthfeel. But, it's not offensive or unpleasant. If you need a mixer or want a cheap easily forgettable dram, this will do the trick. Though, it does seem a good candidate for doing some whisky experiments.
E150 and unsweetened apple juice, a touch of malt, oak, unsweetened yogurt, acetone and white fruits, and a bit of pepper.
Thin maltiness, E150 and some light fruitiness, dried leaves and cocoa, and a touch of bittersweet citrus.
Oak tannins and a touch of vanilla flavor mixed with neutral spirit.
- Not the best whisky in the world but at a time when prices are starting to become silly, a pleasant enough drop.
A pleasant session whisky - the taste if not bad and when you consider the price it is even better.
A little non-desrcipt but I was happy to have another
- N- Farmy and turf. Chocolate, sour pepper. Soft.
P- Soft dark fruits with hint of peat at the tail. Earthy.
F- Short - medium, honey, subtle smokes. Soothing.
— at The Whisky Bar, Kuala Lumpur.