blended whiskey


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Synonyms for blended whiskey

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

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The TX Blended Whiskey distinguishes itself as a brand poised for tremendous growth.
According to Vincenti, national sales of standard and non-premium blended whiskey consumption have been slumping for the past four years, with consumers being more in favor of bourbon or malt whiskey.
While long-time blended whiskey category leader Seagram's 7 faltered last year (down 2.1 percent to 2.130M cases), other brands in the top tier showed growth--Kessler (up 2.5 percent to 730,000 cases), Kentucky Deluxe (up 2.4 percent to 302,000 cases), McCormick Blend (up 1.1 percent to 240,000 cases), and Beam 8 Star (up 4 percent to 180,000 cases).
This gave the edge to Canadian imports and to products such as gin, rum, and blended whiskey, which did not require aging.
The article discusses four different types of American whiskey: Bourbon Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey and Blended Whiskey.
Science and art The terms "single malt" and "blended whiskey" indicate several things.
The Datamonitor survey found that Brits were drinking significantly more amounts of vodka, to the point where by 2008 the annual per capita difference between vodka consumption and blended whiskey consumption will be less than 0.1 liters.
Sales of blended whiskey and brandy are expected to slip, with blended whiskey sales projected to fall 3% to $317 million and brandy sales expected to drop 1.3% to $453 million.
Blended Whiskey: Partially distilled onsite and partially distilled by partner distilleries, with a higher bourbon content than most Canadian blends, 46% ABV.
Another article discusses four different types of American whiskey: Bourbon Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, Corn Whiskey and Blended Whiskey.
Most Scotch whisky around the world is consumed in blended whiskey, a combination of as many a 50 single malts and grain whiskies brought to create a particular style.
Other American whiskies compete, like rye whiskey and blended whiskey, both formerly more popular than bourbon, but today, bourbon gets the most attention.