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malt whisky

whisky made from malted barley
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Hills says malt whiskies nose and taste better than blended whiskies, although he would 'prefer a good blend to an indifferent malt'.
'When fully matured it is likely to become one of the best single malt whiskies on the market - certainly in the top 20 of single malts worldwide.'
For beverage alcohol retailers that means increased sales of higher-priced distilled spirits in general, and single malt whiskies in particular.
WHISKY OF THE WEEK Highland Black 8 Year Old Scotch Whisky, 70cl, PS13.19 PS13.19 only at Award-winning Highland Black is a blend of the finest grain and malt whiskies from Scotland, all aged for a minimum of eight years.
A typical Scotch whisky blend consists of 30% to 35% single malt whiskies and 60% to 65% grain whiskies.
John Hutson, Wetherspoon chief executive, said: "All four of the malt whiskies available in our pubs are first-class and are popular.
The premium Spanish brandy and Scotch whisky business continues to show robust growth led by Fundador brandy, The Dalmore and Jura single malt whiskies led by Asia and North America,' Co said.
Among the liquor firms casting a keen eye on the Philippine market is William Grant & Sons of Scotland which has just started importation of Glenfiddich single malt whiskies earlier this year and is now introducing the Balvenie line of single malt whisky.
With its premium and luxury brandy and malt whiskies, Emperador believes it's well-equipped to lead the premiumization wave in Philippine liquor.
"At present malt whiskies are produced in various countries ( New Zealand, Australia and Wales for example ( and now we have succeeded in putting India on the map with what is the first Indian malt whisky and the only one that has ever qualified for sale in the EU after meeting its strict regulations," he said.
In off-license liquor shops throughout Japan there are myriad malt whiskies unavailable anywhere else in the world--and, these days, on sale at prices that are nowhere near what they were during the bubble.
I cannot end without making reference to my own devotion to fine malt whiskies. Some years ago, l served on a Consumers' Association Which magazine panel, blind-tasting some dozen different top grade malts.