Blended Scotch Whisky is a whisky that contain malt and grain whiskies from different distilleries and have usually been matured for 5 years to make the taste and quality better. It is split in a 60% grain and 40% malt. To gain an even higher quality blend whisky you would add whisky that have been aged longer, so the quality is smoother as the taste.
There are so many famous blends on the following page and all have a great part to play in Scottish Whisky history. Some of the blends that are included on these pages include one of the most famous of all called The Famous Grouse from the Edrington Group. It has a wonderful history and is probably known by near every whisky drink in the western world. Also from the Edrington goup you have Cutty Sark Blended whisky. The name Cutty Sark comes for a famous ship that was built on the River Clyde in Glasgow. Another two famous blends that are on the following pages is Whyte & Mackay and 100 Pipers Blended Scotch Whisky.
There is also a page for The Black Grouse whiskies where you can find out about the taste of the blend and the special donations they give to the RSPB with every bottle sold... Read More
We also have a special page on the site regarding the excellent blend from Duncan Taylor. It is the Black Bull 12 year old. Black Bull contains 50% malt whisky and 50% grain whisky and is non-chill filtered. Iif you would like to read more click the following link - Duncan Taylor - Black Bull 12 year old.
There is just so much deepth within the Scotch Blended Industry that I could keep listing these famous name, but there are so many I could mention, but will leave it up the you to browses through the ‘A-Z’ listing below, but remember I have only used the letter that have a blended whisky within the range.
Glengoyne Distillery announces return of 30 Year Old Highland Single Malt
Published Date: 21th February 2019
Glengoyne Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky has announced the release of the second edition of Glengoyne 30 Year Old. Read more
Benromach starts 2019 in style with two rare and aged vintage expressions: Benromach Heritage 1972 and 1977 available worldwide
Published Date: 21th February 2019
The Benromach Distillery Company Ltd has announced the release of two Heritage expressions, Benromach Heritage 1977, an exclusive 41-year-old single cask vintage (49.6% abv) and Benromach Heritage 1972, a rare 46-year-old single cask vintage (55.7% abv). Read more
Balcones Distilling Launches New Texas Pot Still Bourbon
Published Date: 19th February 2019
WACO, TEXAS: Balcones Distilling has today announced the launch of its Texas Pot Still Bourbon as the newest addition to the distillery’s core lineup of expressions. Read more
Wemyss Malts launches new website and Cask Club with an exclusive 35 year old Caol Ila
Published Date: 18th February 2019
Family whisky makers Wemyss Malts have relaunched wemyssmalts.com, a brand new website offering whisky fans the chance to join the Wemyss Malts Cask Club. Membership offers access to unique bottlings released solely to the members as well as preview purchases of the latest malt whisky releases. Read more
Exclusive Interview with Paul McDonagh owner of Bon Accord: Glasgow Whisky Bar
Published Date: 16th February 2019
It’s a pub that I have been into many times in the past, even before my passion for whisky took over. So, when I got the opportunity to meet the owner of “Bon Accord”, Paul McDonagh, I jumped at the chance. Read more