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blended whiskey

[¦blen·dəd ′wis·kē]
(food engineering)
Whiskey containing at least 20% by volume of 100 proof straight whiskey and mixed with other whiskey or neutral spirits, the mixture being not less than 80 proof at the time of bottling.
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Bosses believe the new drink is 'softer and more subtle' than other blended whisky and will encourage more people to enjoy the dram.
The latest ad, which will be shown for the first time during Coronation Street on ITV tomorrow, is part of a pounds 13million campaign for the blended whisky.
Bosses believe the new drink is "softer and more subtle" than other blended whisky and will encourage more people to enjoy the dram.
It is this tradition, coupled with a popularity based on a quality and consistency of taste, that makes The Famous Grouse Scotland's favourite blended whisky.
com/reports/c61765) has announced the addition of "Global Market Review of Blended Whisky - Forecasts To 2012: 2007" Edition to their offering.
Nicola McDonald, 19, will serve drams from the John Walker and Sons Diamond Jubilee blended whisky at the Playboy club in London.
Leading independent wine merchant Inverarity Vaults employed Scottish artist Alasdair Gray to create the label artwork for a new limited-edition blended whisky, which was launched in September.
The average price for a bottle of blended whisky in the UK is around pounds 10.
The company's malt whisky brands had also endured a slowdown in growth, while sales of its blended whisky fell as the entire industry faced flagging export sales.
This brand new report, the Global market review of blended whisky, looks at what is happening to blended Scotch in emerging and mature markets.
The study says that Scotch sales is raising spirits in recession-hit Britain with exports of malt and blended whisky rising by a 22 per cent to pounds 1.