Scotch whiskey


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Scotch whiskey

[′skäch ′wis·kē]
(food engineering)
A distilled spirit made in Scotland primarily from malted barley.
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Rising trends such as organic scotch whiskey is also expected to drive the growth of the market during the forecast period.
Laphroaig, one of the more reputable scotch whiskey brands, is produced in the Islay region of Scotland.
The Scotch Whiskey is packaged in a 12 fluid ounce (355ml) aluminium can, containing the equivalent of eight "shots" of whisky so it can be shared by several people.
The event includes four pours from The Macallan Single Malt Scotch Whiskey, and a premium hand-rolled cigar, and will be held on February 23, 2012 in the hotel bar.
Comprehensive, 'reader friendly', and easily portable, readers will begin with an informative introductory chapter on 'How to Use this Book', and then move on to learn about the distilling process, what constitutes Scotch Whiskey, labels, and more.
Scottish Spirits PVT is the sole Indian importer for Scottish Spirits LTD, which specializes in manufacturing and distributing Scotch whiskey worldwide.