Scottish Blended whisky - Listing W and Y
There are over 30 Scottish Blended Whiskies that are included on this page with the listing listing of 'W' including White Heather Blended Whisky, White House, WM Cadenhead, William Grant, Wemyss Malts, William Lawson's Blended Whisky and the most famous of the Blended Whisky is of course Whyte and Mackay Blended Whisky. Whtye and Mackay is a massive blended whisky with sales throughout the world, but always stays focused on the Glasgow roots since it was first produced in 1884 with it's rich, smooth flavour. There are many people would stay it is still the most famous blended whisky which is consumed by the Scottish and has a nickname of being 'Clyde built’ in relating to all the ships that have been built on the Clyde over the years.
There are many distilleries own by Whyte and Mackay company and they are Dalmore Whisky Distillery, Fettercairn Whisky Distillery, Invergordon Whisky Distillery, Isle of Jura Whisky Distillery and the Tamnavulin Whisky Distillery. Visit the excellent Whtye and Mackay website where you can find indept details relating to all the brands that are available - whyteandmackay.co.uk.
I have also added the letter 'Y' to this page as there is only one blended whisky which is Ye Monks. This blend is a famous whisky and you can read more regarding this blend on on www.greatwhiskies.com/.
Here is s a snipped of the text that is on the Great Whiskies website - Ye Monks Blended Whisky is a whisky from Scotland which comes in 75cl and has a strength of 43%. It is one of the Diageo products. Ye Monks blends are big exports from Scotland to the Japanese, Italian and American markets.