Single Malt Scotch - Sploofactorproof
Allena on 05/22/2007
|Scotch: When all whiskies in a blend are barley malts, the mixture is a "vatted malt". A "single malt" Scotch is one product of one distillery in Scotland, at least three years old (usually much older) and made with the loving care of a family that has had the formula whispered down from generation to generation, never written down.|
"Blended whiskey" mixes whiskey from barley malt and other grains. A blend might have between 15 and 40 different malt whiskies made from barley, and two to three from grains like corn, rye or (gasp), cheap rice. The percentage of malt in a blend might be anywhere between 20 to 60 percent.
Now ye comes to me house for a light 'freshment and ye have the good taste to wish for a single malt Scotch. Ye are in luck! Just pick the one to your taste from the bottles on the shelf. Have a go...only the single malt Scotch is the right answer. The other 4 bottles in each group are blends or Irish whiskey, put there to confuse the ones with just a wee little taste.
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