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Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch by Michael JacksonThe Complete Guide to Single Malt Scotch, now a classic reference, was the first book to give single malt scotch the systematic, in-depth treatment reserved for wine. This new edition will help you to discover the differences between the lightly earthy, nutty palate of the 10-year-old Fettercairn; the elegant, dry 10-year-old Glenfarclas; the full, smooth body of the 1971 Millburn; and the sweetish, gingery, warming finish of the 12-year-old Oban malts.
This is the essential reference for the discerning scotch drinker, and for those about to begin their exploration into the pleasures of single malt whiskies.
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Single malt scotch may get all the accolades, but the truth is that the best-selling whiskies coming out of Scotland are actually the blends. Still, single malts better speak to the character of a particular distillery from a specific region of Scotland, for obvious reasons. A blended scotch, however, diffuses the characteristics and flavor of the whisky by combining liquid from various distilleries, and often with grain whisky or neutral grain spirits. A quick primer on single malt scotch: "Single malt" means that the whisky comes from one distillery and is made from percent malted barley. So Glenfiddich 12, for example, may be a blend of a few hundred barrels, but all of them come from the Glenfiddich distillery, and the year-old age statement refers to the youngest whisky in the mix. There are five or six different whisky regions in Scotland, depending on who you ask, each with its own character—Lowlands, Speyside, Highlands, Campbeltown, Islay, and Islands.
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The single malt whisky world has seen a lot of new challengers in recent years, from Japan and India to Australia and Taiwan. Some great bottles have come out of all of these countries to be sure. Make no mistake: Scotland is still the best single malt maker in the world. Great bottles at every price point. We picked the 10 best new ones on the market for you to try… if you can find them.
Whisky or, as our friends across the Irish Sea would have it, whiskey has long been a popular tipple in the British Isles, with a history dating back to at least the 15th century. Empire and emigration took the spirit worldwide, and whisky is now globally popular in three distinct types: peaty, double-distilled Scotch whisky; lighter, triple-distilled Irish whiskey; and the sweeter bourbon-style whiskies produced in the US. But how do you find the best dram? Whisky comes in three main types. Single malt whisky is made with malted barley, giving it a distinctive aroma and flavour, and aged in oak casks.
A scotch single malt is a drink like no other, synonymous with the sophistication of James Bond yet sewn into the fabric of proud working class life. We are going to guide you through this often intimidating and mystical art and help you pick the right pour for your taste and budget. Try adding a drop or two of water to the smokier and more complex pours to help unlock all the flavours. Our first whisky hails from the south of our favourite whisky-making region, the island of Islay. Its appearance is a deep amber, the nose begins with an overwhelming rush of smoke and bacon followed by the suggestion of sea air. This is followed by hints of orange and exotic fruit, but these hints play second fiddle to the smoke throughout.