Scotch Whisky is a distillate made in Scotland from the elements of cereals. water and yeast, all of which nature will in due course replace.
When consumers ask for a Scotch, what exactly do they mean?
They usually mean a blended Scotch Whisky, that is a blend of as many as 50 individual Scotch Malt and Scotch Grain Whiskies. The wide range of single whiskies available in Scotland ensures the continued high quality and consistency of brands of blended Scotch Whisky and year in year out, enables blenders to ensure that all their brands maintain their individual characteristics. Blended whiskies account for more than 95 per cent of all Scotch Whisky sold in world markets.
What is a single whisky?
It is the product of a single distillery. Most distilleries produce Scotch Whisky primarily for the purpose of blending, but many retain some of their production for sale as single whiskies. A single Malt Whisky is the product of one Malt Whisky distillery and a single Grain Whisky is the product of one Grain Whisky distillery.
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