Scotch

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scotch

a line marked down, as for hopscotch

Scotch

1
1. another word for Scottish
2. the Scots or their language

Scotch

2
1. whisky distilled esp from fermented malted barley and made in Scotland
2. Northeast English a type of relatively mild beer

scotch

[skäch]
(design engineering)
(engineering)
A wooden stopblock or iron catch placed under a wheel or other curved object to prevent slipping or rolling.

scutch, scotch

A bricklayer’s tool, with a cutting edge on each side, for cutting, trimming, and dressing brick or stone.
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These first single malt Scotches were naturally elevated in alcohol (likely more than 60% alcohol by volume), unaged, pungent, and colorless libations that when drained and consumed straight off the pot stills possessed a kick with the power of an irate mule.
So it might help to have a tale to tell about a few of the leading blended Scotches.
This is good news for Lloyd Grant Gordon, the urbane brand manager for Glenfiddich and The Balvenie single malt scotches from William Grant & Sons Inc.