Single Grain Scotch Whisky
The prefix "single" means that this whisky comes exclusively from one distillery. "Grain" translates to grain, so different types of grain can be used, which distinguishes it from malt whisky, for which only malted barley may be used. Since it is Scotch Whisky we know that it is made in Scotland. Thus, Single Grain Scotch Whisky stands for Scotch whisky from one distillery, made from different grains. The whisky is then matured in oak and ex-bourbon casks. Some of our single grain whiskies still have the addition "single cask", which means that the bottling is done from only one cask. A high-quality long-matured grain whisky can stand out with a strongly pronounced character in smell and taste. This can be described as velvety, fruity and caramel tasting aromas. Douglas Laing, Duncan Taylor and Signatory Vintage produce special bottlings.
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