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Names of silent malt whisky distilleries are distinguished by their brown colour, grain distilleries are white. Around 1780, there were about eight legal distilleries and 400 illegal ones.
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All Scotch whisky must be aged in oak barrels for at least three years.[1][3] Any age statement on a bottle of Scotch whisky, expressed in numerical form, must reflect the age of the youngest whisky used to produce that product. External links[edit]. Many Scotch whisky drinkers will refer to a unit for drinking as a dram.[6]. The term "blended malt" is still debated, as some bottlers maintain that consumers confuse the term with "blended Scotch whisky", which contains some proportion of grain whisky.[13]. (Not You?) My Account (BETA) Log out Log in Language EN English Deutsch Espaol Franais Italiano Nederlands Community Basket 0 Menu Close Search Close Destinations Explore Scotland's regions Aberdeen City and Shire Argyll & The Isles Ayrshire & Arran Dumfries & Galloway Dundee & Angus Edinburgh & The Lothians Fife Greater Glasgow and The Clyde Valley The Highlands Loch Lomond, The Trossachs, Stirling & Forth Valley Orkney The Outer Hebrides Perthshire The Scottish Borders Shetland Back Explore all of Scotland See All Top destination searches Aberdeen Isle of Arran Aviemore Dumfries Dundee Edinburgh Fort William Glasgow Glencoe Highlands Inverness Isle of Islay Isle of Jura Isle of Mull Kirkwall Lerwick Isle of Lewis, Isle of Harris & Stornoway Loch Lomond Loch Ness Oban Orkney Peebles Perth Pitlochry Shetland Isle of Skye St Andrews Stirling Explore all of Scotland Accommodation Unusual accommodation Why not stay in a castle, a lighthouse or on a working farm? Read More Back see all accommodation See All Accommodation types Accessible accommodation B&Bs & guest houses Cabins & lodges Caravan & camping Eco accommodation Exclusive use venues Glamping Hostels Hotels Restaurants with rooms & inns Quality Assurance Self-catering Unusual places to stay Wedding venues Top accommodation searches Aberdeen Aviemore Arran Edinburgh Fort William Glasgow Inverness Loch Lomond Oban St Andrews see all accommodation See & Do Need to be inspired? Browse our trips and itineraries Read More Back Things to see & do See All Ancestry Attractions Castles Events Food& Drink Golf Itineraries Islands & Island Hopping Landscapes & Nature Outdoor Activities Shopping Tours Whisky & Distilleries Wildlife Things to see & do Holidays How to have the perfect scottish holiday Read More Back See all holidays See All Accessible Activity holidays Cheap breaks City breaks Eco-friendly Family Farm stays Luxury breaks Pet friendly holidays Romantic Seasonal breaks Short & weekend breaks See all holidays Travel VisitScotland iCentres Expert local knowledge, gifts and inspiration.

^ The Scotch Whisky Regulations 2009 Chapter 8 section 1 ^ a b c "Whisky Regions & Tours". Bender, David A (2005). The majority of grain whisky produced in Scotland goes to make blended Scotch whisky. Millburn. Many independent bottlings are from single casks, and they may sometimes be very different from an official bottling. Master of Malt. One may also encounter the term "single cask", signifying the bottling comes entirely from one cask.[9] The term "blended malt" signifies that single malt whisky from different distilleries are blended in the bottle.[10] The Cardhu distillery also began using the term "pure malt" for the same purpose, causing a controversy in the process over clarity in labelling[11][12] the Glenfiddich distillery was using the term to describe some single malt bottlings. Types[edit].

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