Blended Scotch Whisky

A blend of single malt whiskies (pot still/100-percent malted barley) and mixed grain whisky (continuous still/corn or wheat) made in Scotland. The whiskies are aged separately then blended and married for several months in casks before it is reduced to bottling strength. With a couple of exceptions, blended Scotch whisky is the best choice for cocktails.

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