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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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But the value increases on a lot of these scotches.
But when diners are analyzing expensive single-malt scotches with appropriate dishes, Berger suggests a little water in the glass to cut the bite and allow the taster to examine the nuances of each scotch on the palate.
The variations of fruitiness, butteriness, hints of ginger, toffee, iodine, heather and such are discussed at length in these tastings, the latest of which took place Tuesday evening with brand ambassador Jim Cryle on hand from Longmorn in Scotland representing Chivas Brothers the Century of Malts, the latest of the ultra-premium blended scotches to be introduced in the United States.