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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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I told Good about the greater appreciation for single malts in the past ten years, with some being so snooty about it as to say they only drink single malts, looking down on blended whisky.
It has become about drinking a specific vodka in a cocktail, going for a single malt instead of a blended whisky and asking what local wines are on the menu.
The OFT has determined that the completed tie-up may result in a significant lessening of competition in the supply of blended whisky to retailers.
Brian Megson, in charge of Angus Dundee Distillers told the Scotland on Sunday newspaper that he was concerned that the ban could be extended to bulk exports of blended whisky. "Bottling overseas is completely legal and we have been doing it for over 100 years," Megson told the newspaper.
Glengoyne Distillery, near Glasgow, is holding a Burns Blending Session in which you can make your own, unique blended whisky from hundreds of samples and then enjoy a haggis dinner.pounds 45 including transport from Glasgow.
With such skill and ability to produce the perfect dram of blended whisky, the team at the distillery are local heroes.
The galvanizing took place over the period of 2003 and the site looks to be open mid-2004, at which time they will produce the single malt Glen Turner and a blended whisky named Label Five.
The prices of imported whiskies continue to fall, to the ridiculous point where many of the more popular and better-known Scottish blended whisky brands are cheaper here than they are in the UK Highly unusual single Scotch malts are available at discerning off-licenses in my neighborhood for prices unthinkable in Scotland, never minding the fact that you can't buy them there in the first place.
Clearing through my father's belongings just a few months ago, following his death, I found not one, but 11 litre bottles of his favourite blended whisky.
The label on the bottles bears the words "Blended Whisky Spirit" in English and "spiritueux au whisky" in French.
In the United Kingdom alone, sales of blended whisky rose by 55 per cent in December over the previous month and in Christmas week jumped by a staggering 227 per cent over the preceding week.