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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.
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%.
This is the undiluted version of the Cley Malt & Rye Whisky. The rye gives spiciness to the aroma that also shows plums and raisins. On the palate it is firm, oily, with a lot of taste. A whisky with its own character, as young as it is.
There are 8 single malt whiskies in this bottling by Murray McDavid and 1 grain whisky. The youngest of these is 21 years old. The whiskies aged on bourbon and sherry casks and together they were finished on a bourbon cask. This Coinnich II is bottled at
This special Cutty Sark blended whisky contains well-known single malt whiskies such as Highland Park and Macallan. This blend matured in sherry casks made of charred American oak, which gives extra aromas and taste. A nice blend for a nice price!
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.
A special edition of the famous blended whisky The Famous Grouse. A number of malt whiskies like Macallan, Highland Park and Glenrothes and grain whisky are brought together here and finished in sherry casks. That gives extra depth to this blend. At 40%.
SMALL BOTTLE] Great as a gift to introduce someone to whisky. The Islay Mist brand of this blended whisky already indicates that it has smoky notes. Of course you can also surprise yourself with this blend in a 'half' bottle ...
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
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.
[EXTRA LARGE BOTTLE] 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.
The Gold Label Reserve from Johnnie Walker is one level higher than the standard blended whiskies. Surprisingly good, according to many single malt lovers (and for them: the basic malt in this blend is Clynelish). A nice introduction to blended whisky!
This Middleton Very Rare single malt whiskey was bottled in 1998. The distillation was supervised by Master Distiller Barry Crockett. Each bottle received a certificate. In the meantime this triple distilled Irish whiskey has become extra rare!
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!
Murray McDavid used the blended malt Rìgh Seumas I as the basis for this number II blended whisky and added various malt spirits and 1 grain whisky from Girvan. All whiskies matured together on a bordeaux cask to a full and smooth blend.
We do not know how old Very Old is, nor exactly when this bottle was imported (30, 40 years ago?). But it is a blended Canadian whisky from the Seagram's brand. The company behind this brand was liquidated in 2000. So a rare bottle now.
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.
Are you looking for a pleasant drinkable, smooth and uncomplicated Irish whiskey, then this 12-year-old Tullamore dew is the one. This Special Reserve is distilled three times. It matured for 12 years in bourbon and oloroso sherry casks. At 40%.
An Irish whiskey with a Caribbean edge, this Tullamore dew XO. For a very reasonable price you get a nice drinkable and smooth whiskey with sweet, tropical notes from the rum casks on which it was finished. A whiskey for a summer evening.
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