go Grant’s are not a new name in the spirit world, they are famously known for the brand Glenfiddich, Grant’s Whiskey family reserve, Balvenie, Hendrick’s Gin and Tullamore Dew. They recently launched their family reserve to India and we were the first one to taste. The Grant’s family reserve whiskey has a smokey and spicy flavor which comes from ginger and cask used to mature.

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Small Hands/Big ButtonsGrant's Whiskey

خيار ثنائي عرض الفيديو Grant Whiskey + Ginger Ale + Plum Bitter

COVFEFEPeckishmonk Grant's Whiskey

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CROOKED NIRMALPeckishmonk Grant's Whiskey

go to link Grant Whiskey + Crooked Egg + Sherry + Topped with Malbec and Orange Slice


Rohan Bhardwaj

تحليل الفني للاسهم السعودية The man behind these awesome cocktails and the first ever Grant’s brand ambassador to India holds a master degree in Business Management. The calling for him was not into banking or finance domain and because of his true love and dedication to Whiskey he moved into mixology industry and doing a miracle here with his marvelous drinks.Peckishmonk Grant's Whiskey

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see Peckishmonk Grant's Whiskey

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