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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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Art & Decadence - Compass Box

This Art & Decadence is another carefully composed blended whisky from Compass Box. There are the single malts Balmenach, Glen Moray and Linkwood; 20% is a Port Dundas grain. The whiskies matured in five different types of wine and sherry casks. (49%)

Blended Scotch Whisky 12-year-old The Independent Selection

Stirk Consultants Co. David Stirk released in a one-off series not only single malt and grain whisky but also blended Scotch whisky, as we see here. Rumor has it that this 12-year-old blend is a pre-blended Famous Grouse. Who knows...(50%)

Blended Scotch Whisky 2003 Chapter 7

Chapter 7 comes here with a 19-year-old blended Scotch whisky. It is rumored to contain malts from the Edrington Group (Macallan, HP, Glenrothes). Anyway, a rich blend with notes such as toffee, cappuccino, raisins, chestnuts and apple pie. (44%)

Blended Scotch Whisky Lowrie’s Reserve Thompson Brothers

This blended Scotch whisky has been thought about! The Thompson Brothers took 3 casks of good blended Scotch as a base, added 2 casks of 11-year-old Speyside malt and a cask of old Strathclyde grain. Finished in beer (Campervan Brewery) casks. 45.7%

Bushmills Black Bush

In 1608 the Irish Bushmills received its first distillery license. That year is also proudly printed at this bottling's label. Released for the Italian market, this Black Bush single malt whiskey matured in sherry casks. It is bottled at 40%.

Bushmills Original

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

Clan Campbell Blended Scotch Whisky - Muir Mackenzie & Co.

This must really be an old bottling! The label is quite weathered, but it still shows that this is a Clan Campbell Blended Scotch Whisky. Clan Campbell was a brand of Muir Mackenzie. The bottle is still well filled due to the screw cap. A unique bottle!

Crown Royal Seagram & Sons - Bottled in 1957

This Crown Royal Fine De Luxe is a bottling from more than 65 years ago by the Canadian Joseph E. Seagram & Sons. It is a blend of Canadian whiskies, bottled at 40% in a beautiful, classic-looking bottle. A whisky of 'Priceless perfection', says the label

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.

High West Campfire

Looking for something new in Whiskyland? Then this High West Campfire is definitely a bottle for you! Never before have we come across a blend of bourbon, rye and blended Scotch malt! An exciting experiment from the American High West Distillery. (46%)

Highland Queen Blended Scotch Whisky - 1000ml

If you are looking for a simple, easy-drinking blended Scotch whisky for a very nice price, and then also in a liter bottle, look no further. Here's that one. A great whisky also for mixing, this Highland Queen. Bottled at 40%.

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 15-year-old - Batch No.1

Batch #1 of a 15-year-old blended whisky from the Irish Hinch Distillery. It is a mix of a malt that matured in bourbon and 1 year in oloroso casks from 2003, with a grain whisky that matured for 13 years in bourbon and 2 years in Oloroso casks. 46%

Jameson Whiskey

The Triple Distilled Irish whiskey. This Jameson is perfect in Irish coffee, for mixing, or in cocktails. With Ginger Ale for example. Buy it online in our shop.

Johnnie Walker Black Label - Anniversary Edition John Walker & Sons

Something different from the well-known Red Labels, this 12-year-old Johnnie Walker Black Label blended whisky. It is the Anniversary Edition that was released in 2008, in a black bottle indeed. Where else can you find one like this? Well, with us!

Johnnie Walker Blue Label - Ghost & Rare - Port Dundas

Johnnie Walker is known worldwide for its affordable 'supermarket' blends. Less known is that the brand also releases special whisky blends under the Blue Label. And this one is very special with a Brora single malt and a Port Dundas grain in the mix!

Loyal Old Mature Adelphi

This Loyal Old Mature blended scotch whisky proves that Adelphi does not only release bottlings in the higher quality and price range. With its price / quality ratio, this Old mature can compete well in the world of well-known blends.

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.

Maclean's Nose Blended Scotch Whisky - Adelphi

A fine blended Scotch whisky from bottler and distiller Adelphi for a friendly price. A blend with 70% malt whisky (and our guess is that this is mostly Ardnamurchan single malt) and 30% grain. For 80% in bourbon and for 20% in sherry casks matured. (46%)

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%.

Nikka from the Barrel

A beautiful Japanese blended whisky at cask strength (51.4%), this Nikka. The single malt and grain whiskies in this blend all come from the own Nikka distilleries. Good balance between malt, grain and cask and complex. A blend to come home with!

Nomad Outland 10-year-old

This Nomad Outland Whisky is a whisky with a story. Started as a blend of more than 30 malt and grain whiskies from the Speyside. After 6 years of maturation there, the blend travelled to Jerez in Spain to mature further in PX and Oloroso casks. (43.1%)

Teeling Sommelier Selection - Douro Old Vines

Teeling Distillery in Dublin isn't afraid to experiment with the type of casks their whisky matures in. For example, they use special wine casks for finishing in their Sommelier Selection. This bottling is finished in Douro Old Vines casks. Bottled at 46%

Tullamore Dew - 40%

A good example of a soft, triple distilled Irish whiskey. This Tullamore dew is uncomplicated, with grassy, floral and fruity notes. No whisky that will stay with you for a long time, but it is pleasant to drink and also very reasonably priced.

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