blended whiskey

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blended whiskey

n.
Whiskey that is either a blend of two or more whiskeys, especially a malt whiskey and an unmalted grain whiskey, or a blend of whiskey and neutral spirits.

blend′ed whis′key


n.
whiskey that is a blend of two or more straight whiskeys, or of whiskey and neutral spirits.
[1935–40]
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Noun1.blended whiskey - mixture of two or more whiskeys or of a whiskey and neutral spiritsblended whiskey - mixture of two or more whiskeys or of a whiskey and neutral spirits
whiskey, whisky - a liquor made from fermented mash of grain
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Grant's Master Blender Brian Kinsman commented, "I thoroughly enjoy working with different finishes on our blended whiskies -- it's a fascinating process to monitor the evolution as the casks work their magic on the liquid.
The calmer flavors of blended whiskies, especially those from North America, are easier on the neophyte's palate.
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The new distillery would supply high quality Speyside malt whisky for the Chivas Brothers portfolio of blended whiskies to be sold around the world.
Blended whiskies are a mixture of single malt and single grain whiskies which create an easy-drinking, elegant style.
SWA officials said it reflected a "continued premiumisation" across the industry, with single malt exports rising by 18%, to pounds 577m, compared to a 5% increase in the amount of blended whiskies shipped abroad.
In Scotland, distillers buy whisky from each other to make up their blended whiskies, which can contain up to 30 different malts.