The Amazing Price of Grant’s Whisky!

If you are looking for a classic and luxurious whisky, Grants may be just what you are after. Founded in 1898 by William Grant, this iconic whisky has been crafted for over 120 years using the same traditional methods and high-quality ingredients. With a vast range of whiskies to choose from, Grants has something to suit everyone's taste and budget.

The range of Grants whiskies on offer vary in price depending on age, type and size. The entry level Grant's Triple Wood is priced at $17.50 for 70cl bottle while their 25YO Glenlivet which is a rare expression of single whisky is priced at $345 for a 700ml bottle.

For those looking to enjoy a smooth whisky with a hint of peaty flavour, the Ballantine 21 YO Scotch comes highly recommended and is priced at $125 per 70cl bottle. For connoisseurs who desire something more exclusive, the Ballantine 30 YO Scotch Whiskey can be purchased for $425 per 70cl bottle.

On the blended scotch front, Chivas Brothers Blend 1L offers excellent vlue for money at just $48 per litre while Chivas Regal 12 Years 1L is priced around the $42 mark for the same quantity. The Chivas Regal 18 750ml variant can be acquired for around $73 while Chivas Royal Salute 21 YO Whiskey 700ml comes in at around $145 per bottle.

For those with deep pockets, Glenfiddich 30 Years 700ml should definitely be looked into as it retails at an eye-watering price of $410 per bottle!

So whether you are looking to savor a smooth blended whisky or appreciate the fine flavors offered by single malt scotch whiskies, Grants has something to offer that will please your palate and your wallet!

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Price of Grants Whiskey in India

Grant's blended Scotch whisky is now available exclusively in India at an RRP of 1,275 INR (US$17.50) for its new Distinction variant. The whisky has been released in Goa in time for the Christmas period, and will be rolled out nationwide in due course.

Age of Grant's Whisky

Grants Whisky is one of the oldest whisky brands in Scotland, having been established in 1898 when William Grant bought out Pattison's, the largest Scotch whisky blender at the time. After acquiring the business, William Grant built the Glenfiddich distillery in Dufftown, Scotland with help from his seven sons and two daughters. The distillery produced its first product on Christmas Day 1887. This means that Grants Whisky is currently over 133 years old!

Is Grants Whiskey a Type of Scotch?

Grants whiskey is a Scotch. It is a blended Scotch whisky, made from three different types of oak-aged whiskies: American Oak, European Oak and Refill Oak. This triple wood aging process gives the whiskey its unique flavor profile, with notes of vanilla, honey and wood spice. The whiskey is also aged in charred oak for at least 8 years, which is a requirement of all Scotch whisky producers set by the Scotch Whisky Association. This ensures that Grants whiskey has the depth and complexity that consumers expect from a premium Scotch whisky.


Grant's Scotch whisky portfolio offers a wide range of affordable, high-quality products for every budget. Prices start at just $17.50 for the Grant's Distinction and go all the way up to $410.00 for the Glenfiddich 30 Years. Other popular selections include Ballantine 21 YO Scotch Whiskey ($125.00), Chivas Regal 12 Years 1L ($42.00), Chivas Regal 18 750ml ($73.00), Chivas Royal Salute 21 YO Whiskey 700ml ($145.00) and Jack Daniel's 1L ($40.00). Whether you're looking for a special occasion whisky or a more casual drink, Grant's has something for everyone – at all price points!

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