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Blended whisky is a mixture of malt and grain whiskies, almost always diluted with water, usually up to 40%. Blended whisky is cold filtered to prevent turbidity, and caramel colored to the standard color for the brand. It is by far the most sold whisky type world wide.

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Air Leth 1988 Murray McDavid

A blended whisky, a Crafted Blend even, according to bottler / blender Murray McDavid. The youngest of the whiskies in this Air Leth is 29 years old. It is not known which whiskies have been blended in this bottling. But it is an interesting dram! At 50%.

Bushmills Original

This standard whiskey from Bushmills is ideal for drinking with friends or in Irish Coffee. Certainly considering the price!

Chivas Regal 25-year-old Chivas Brothers Ltd.

There is blended whisky and there is blended whisky. And this is clearly a very luxurious blended whisky! The crystal decanter is not just any bottle and the box has a luxurious look, but more importantly: the youngest whisky in this blend is 25 years old

Dewar's White label

The standard blended whisky from John Dewar & Sons Ltd. Pleasantly drinkable, not too complex and very reasonably priced. A bottle for someone who wants to get acquainted with whisky.

Flatnöse Blended Scotch Whisky The Islay Boys

A pleasantly drinkable and reasonably priced dram, this blended Scotch whisky from The Islay Boys. A nice bottle to share with others or as a daily dram. A hint of smoke, a little pepper, toffee, tangerines ... it is said to contain 12 whiskies. (43%)

Flatnöse Blended Scotch Whisky The Islay Boys

Under the Flatnöse label, The Islay Boys release their blended whisky: blended malt, or blended scotch whisky like this one. It is finished on rum casks. The notes of dark cane sugar are clearly recognizable, in addition to rich vanilla. Bottled at 43%.

Friar John Cor Quincentenary Decanter

This is a blended whisky that is certainly not inferior to good single malt bottlings. A blend in honor of 500 years of Scotch whisky, bottled in 1994 and named after the monk mentioned in the first text that refers to Scotch whisky. A very special bottle

Glenpark

Never heard of the Glenpark International Blended Scotch Whisky? Well, neither did we before we had it in the shop. Rumors are that this bottling was intended for the Russian market. In any case, it is a great blend for this price and a real bargain!

Hibiki Japanese Harmony Suntory Whisky

Hibiki Harmony is a blended Japanese whisky. Which means that this Hibiki bottling is a subtle combination of malt and grain whiskies. The Japanese Harmony matured in different casks: bourbon, sherry, Japanese oak, and Japanese plum wine casks.

Highland Queen Sherry Cask

For this money perhaps the best blended whisky that can be found! If the cheaper blends quickly give an watery, flat impression, this Highland Queen is quite full of aroma and taste and can compete with some sherried single malts. A real bargain!

Hinch 10-year-old Hinch Distillery Co.

The young Hinch distillery has the ambition to be craft innovators in the Irish whiskey world. This bottling is their first 10-year-old blend. A 'one distillery blend' because both the single malt and the grain whisky come from their own stills.

Ichiro's Malt & Grain - La Maison du Whisky/Venture Whisky Ltd.

A 'World Blended Whisky' from the Japanese Chichibu distillery. In addition to Japanese, the blend contains Irish, Scottish, American and Canadian whiskies, brought together by Ichiro Akuro. Chichibu scores very high on average in the Whiskeybase. 46,5%

Jameson 18-year-old

Jameson is one of the world's best known whisky brands. The 'normal' bottlings of this Irish blended whiskey are ideally suited for making Irish coffee. But this 18-year-old Triple Distilled edition is better to drink straight from the glass. Enjoy!

Jameson 18-year-old Bow Street

Jameson blended Irish whiskey is with its standard bottlings the best known Irish whiskey . But there are also special Jameson's, like this 18-year-old that matured in bourbon and sherry casks and matured in '1st fill' bourbon casks. At cask strength.

Jameson Black Barrel

The 'Black Barrel' on the label of this blended whisky refers to the charred bourbon casks on which it matured. In addition, this Jameson aged in sherry casks. This blend stands out for its particularly soft, honey-like mouth feel and the long finish

Jameson Irish Whiskey - 70 cl

The most famous blended Irish whiskey worldwide, this Jameson. For in Irish coffee, for mixing or in cocktails. But of course just as straight from the glass as the blended whisky he is. An excellent price / quality ratio.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label - Ghost And Rare Pittyvaich

This blend by Johnnie Walker does not appear in the Ghost & Rare series for nothing: in the list of whiskies in the blend we come across 2 closed grain whisky distilleries: Carsebridge and Port Dundas, and the single malt from the demolished Pittyvaich !

Johnnie Walker 18-year-old

This is the Ultimate 18, the 18-year-old blended scotch whisky from Johnnie Walker (and the successor to Platinum and Gold). Composed of 18 whiskies, single malt and grain, from the different Scottish regions. A pleasantly drinkable, varied dram.

Johnnie Walker Blue Label - Ghost and Rare Glenury Royal

The true whiskey connoisseur will not immediately prick up with the name Johnnie Walker, but will when he hears that it concerns the Blue Label Ghost & Rare series! This series contains whisky from long closed distilleries. Here is that Glenury Royal!

Mackinlay's Old Scotch Whisky Charles Mackinlay & Co.

Mackinlay's whisky was once famous because polar explorer Sir Ernest Shackleton took crates of it with him on his expeditions. The bottle of 5-years-old blended Scotch whisky you see here was bottled for the French market decades ago. A special bottle.

Mars Kasei

This Kasei blended whisky is bottled by the Japanese Hombo Mars for the French La Maison du Whisky. Malt and grain whisky are brought together here in the smooth Mars style: floral, fruity notes and honey, with a hint of smoke. Bottled at 40%.

McConnell's 05-year-old

McConnell's is the name of a legendary Irish whiskey that was distilled in Belfast since the 1776 century. 150 years later, production stopped due to Prohibition in the US. But now the brand has been revived with this 5-year-old McConnell's Irish Whiskey.

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