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malt whisky

whisky made from malted barley
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Similarly, Ghosn says gifting premium and malt whiskies accounted for a big percentage of their sales in December 2016, highlighted by their presence in specialized retail shops.
This acquisition also strengthens the company in the segment of single malt whiskies, a category in strong growth across all regions of the world, especially for the very high-end .
Peated Malt Whiskies & Famous Grouse Scotch (Bottled at 40%)
Located within 11 wooded acres in the Northeast of Scotland, The Marcliffe Hotel and Spa offers a selection of more than 100 malt whiskies and is situated near the Malt Whisky Trail.
With malt whisky sales up 3% in value to [pounds sterling]136m and volumes down 4% [Nielsen 52w/e 20 March 2010], Hyman said malt whiskies had "massively undertraded" in the market because shoppers were confused by the fixture.
The Flavour Map Tasting programme will help you understand and differentiate between single malt whiskies.
A private membership club dedicated to the appreciation and consumption of the most rare and unique single malt whiskies, their exclusive single malts are known to attract curious and discerning whisky lovers internationally.
The next concern was assembling a collection of exquisite single malt whiskies and hundreds of 'nosing glasses', especially designed for the event.
Vatted or blended malt whisky is a malt whisky created by mixing single malt whiskies from more than one distillery.
Launching Amrut within Scotland was a sound decision because not only is it recognised as the home of malt whiskies, but also, Glasgow the curry capital of the UK ( both segments of the market we wished to capture.
And it is no coincidence that the blended Scotch whiskies with strong single malt whisky influences, like Chivas Regal (Strathisla Distillery), Dewar's 12-Year-Old (Aberfeldy Distillery) or William Grant's Family Reserve (Glenfiddich) evoke the locations where those malt whiskies are produced.
However, research has shown that there are even greater health benefits to people who drink single malt whiskies.