The Stand Fast was a special project for Grant's: After discovering an "ancient whisky book" that belonged to Grant's founder, William Grant, their master distiller, Brian Kinsman, went to work recreating the 1912 Stand Fast that was described in the old book. After some trial and error, Kinsman found a blend that came "very close to what William Grant created back in 1912." The result is a whisky with a beautifully light color, a rich and malty nose, and a sweet and smoky taste. It's absolutely delicious. Grant's only made 100 bottles of the Stand Fast, and you won't find them in any spirit store near you. They're keeping them all to themselves--to share, enjoy, and preserve. After just the small glass I was lucky enough to try, I can't say I blame them.