Grant’s is sold in a bottle that has a triangular cross section starting from 1957. The designer Hans Schleger came to Britain as a refugee from Nazi Germany. He was asked to create a distinctive, elegant bottle that would showcase the quality and colour of the whisky as well being able to be stacked and packed efficiently. The triangular-shaped bottle was first used in 1956 for Glenfiddich Single Malt Scotch, also owned by William Grant & Sons.
1 litre / 70cl / 35cl
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