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The Famous Grouse
12/02/2016 at 13:10. Facebook
Let’s hear it for the bartenders. They’ve been pouring our Famous blend for over 150 years. #BartenderAppreciationDay
The staff at the Glenturret Distillery has always had impeccable taste in whisky (and apparel).
Our Famous blend has always been popular with walkers coming to Scotland. The style hasn’t changed much and neither has the way we make our whisky.
Celebrate your #UniqueTalentDay along with our Master Blender, Kirsteen Campbell who is famous for her acclaimed nose. What are you famous for?
Happy #TakeAHikeDay. Remember, it will be cold at the summit, so if you happen to come across a pub, think of The Famous Grouse as your blanket in a flask.
Successful entrepreneurs have been enjoying our famous blend for over 150 years. Here’s to the original business visionary, Matthew Gloag.
Only the purest Scottish water goes into our whisky.
Bonfire Night is going to get a little Smoky later on. Join in the fun and have a glass of The Famous Grouse Smoky Black.
Given that it’s #Halloween, we decided to go ghost hunting. Thankfully the only spirit we found was a bottle of The Famous stuff.
Traditionally, #Halloween is a time when people try to avoid ‘spirits’. But we think you can make an exception this year. Enjoy...
It’s #TellAStoryDay, so here’s the tale of the Famous Towser, of The Glenturret Distillery, home of The Famous Grouse Experience. Towser holds the world record for catching 28,899 mice.
The vibrant colours of autumn have arrived, and with it, the perfect season to try The Famous Grouse.
Today is World Dictionary Day. But, without using a dictionary, can you tell us what ‘Sláinte’, ‘Quaich’ and ‘Draff’ mean? #WorldDictionaryDay
Matthew Gloag II recognised the influence of Spanish sherry casks on his whisky from very early on in the company’s history, and we’ve been sourcing casks from Jerez ever since. Learn more: fmsgr.se/matthew-gloag
Today is officially Curious Events Day, celebrating the great mysteries of life. Like ‘The Angel’s Share’, for example, which mysteriously disappears during maturation. Where do you think it goes? #CuriousEventsDay
It’s World Smile Day today! Why not join in with our global toast by posting a quick selfie below with a message tagged to three old friends? #WorldSmileDay
It may look intense, but the light charring of our casks lets the wood gently open up, allowing the spirit to draw as much flavour from the wood as possible.
Maybe you'll be lucky enough to receive the #BestScottishWelcome ever when you make the trip to Scotland, home of The Famous Grouse. Scottish hospitality at its best.

Courtesy of the Stuart Cassells and The Famous Grouse Experience.
We produce enough whisky to let The Famous Grouse fly all over the world. 80,000 casks are filled every year.
The illustration which became an icon. The Famous Grouse on the bottle came from a drawing by Matthew Gloag’s own daughter, Philippa.