blended whiskey

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mixture of two or more whiskeys or of a whiskey and neutral spirits

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The 80 proof Classic 12 Year by Canadian Club is made from aged stock of selected barrel blended whiskies, creating a blend with hints of vanilla and spice.
Stevenson, the Tories agriculture spokesman in Europe, added: "It would not affect malt whiskies because they are made with barley grown in the UK, but it will affect blended whiskies which are made from a variety of cereal, including maize.
The Ardbeg brand was performing in line with expectations, but sales of blended whiskies Highland Queen and Martin's VVO were down due to the strong pound and tough economic conditions in South-east Asia and Latin America.
Just as John Haig is the father figure of modern whisky so is Arthur Guinness the father of Dublin brewery maybe able to reach 4 million pints per day but through its whisky subsidiary, United Distillers, which produces all the former DCL whiskies, it holds 37 per cent of the total worldwide market of blended whiskies.
John Dewar and Sons Limited has grown from a small wine and spirits merchant shop in Perth, Scotland, to become a global brand, famed the world over for quality blended whiskies.
99 at Lidl) While some blended whiskies do a job for the Address to the Haggis, the occasion surely demands a single malt.
Some blended whiskies are matured for just the legal minimum of three years.
Banks said: "The brand is the fastest growing of the top three blended whiskies.
7million litres of whisky a year, most of which is used in Diageo's blended whiskies.