The vast majority of whisky drunk around the world is Blended Scotch Whisky. There are two types of whisky made in Scotland; Malt whisky, made from Malted barley, distilled in Pot Stills, and Grain whisky made from other grains such as corn, wheat and rye, and distilled on a Continuous Still, sometimes called a Coffey or Patent still.

Blended whisky is a “blend” of the two – the Malt giving big flavours, the lighter, consistent, cheaper, grain whisky gives bulk.

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