Single grain whisky is characterised by whisky produced in one
distillery from unmalted cereal grain.
Single malt refers to the whiskies production in one
distillery from the fermented mash of one malt grain.
Blended whisky is created by blending different types of
whiskies to create a unique flavour.
This American whisky dates back to the 18th century
and is a barrel-aged corn-based variation.
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