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malt whisky

whisky made from malted barley
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The Black Grouse The Black Grouse is a perfect blend of The Famous Grouse with fine peated malt whiskies to create a rich, smooth, smoky whisky.
With the books cleared away, the tables and shelves were decked out with tasting mats, seven malt whiskies, water and a Classic Malts informative booklet.
At present malt whiskies are produced in various countries ( New Zealand, Australia and Wales for example ( and now we have succeeded in putting India on the map with what is the first Indian malt whisky and the only one that has ever qualified for sale in the EU after meeting its strict regulations," he said.
As was mentioned earlier, the first whiskies of Scotland were all single malt whiskies (100 percent malted barley), produced in tiny, pot-bellied pot stills that produced small, individual batches.
And Dr Swan added: "Single malt whiskies have more ellagic acid than red wine.
Aw ABla gra Sco min T pewa The blend contains a high percentage of single malt whiskies from the Highlands and Speyside regions of Scotland.
John Hutson, Wetherspoon chief executive, said: "All four of the malt whiskies available in our pubs are first-class and are popular.
Cutty Sark is a blended whisky but the company hopes to lure lucrative single malt drinkers by focusing on the fact that more than 20 single malt whiskies are included in Cutty Sark Blended Malt.
THE Balvenie Distillery is a fifth generation family-owned company that still grows its own barley to produce its range of malt whiskies.
Lavish packaging and gift sets help position single malt whiskies for extra sales during the holidays.
Master of Malt is a well respected retailer and independent bottler of fine single malt whiskies.
Selecting 58 individual single cask malt whiskies to bring to life Elliott's 58 favorite images of his Great Scottish Adventure was wonderfully challenging - tasting the image through the whisky and the whisky through the image on such an unprecedented scale was inspiring," remarks Bob Dalgarno, Whisky Maker, The Macallan.