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Single malt

Whisky that is produced by a single distillery using a single malted grain,  usually barley. Single malt whisky is most famous among Scotch whisky, though it can be produced anywhere in the world.

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Scotch whisky is malt whisky or grain whisky made in Scotland. Originally, all Scotch was made with malted barley, but wheat and rye is also used. All Scotch must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years. 

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Japanese producers work with a large variety of yeasts and a diverse range of casks - leading to multifaceted whiskies. Many of the best Japanese whiskies are silky-smooth, gentle and less peaty.

> Single Malt

> Single Grain, Blended Malts, Blended Whisky


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Easy, light and mellow. With floral, grassy, delicate fruits and honey notes with hardly any peaty-ness. Ideal for drinking in warmer weather.

> Light, Single Malt

> Light, Single Grain, Blended Malts, Blended


An in between-er. Lighter and more luxurious than the full-bodied whiskies. Scotch from the Highlands are generally medium, as is the ones from Japan. 

> Medium, Single Malt

> Medium, Single Grain, Blended Malts, Blended


Complex with several complimentary flavours. Generally for older whiskies that have spent more time ageing, thus more flavourful from the wood. 

> Full, Single Malt

> Full, Single Grain, Blended Malts, Blended