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A single grain whisky indicates that it was distilled at one distillery, such as the Clan Denny Scotch whisky. Whisky lovers prefer the distinctive house style of single grain whiskies.

Whisky's singular sensation

Jan 2, 2015 5:50 AM

WHEN someone asks to be served a "single malt"' whisky without mentioning a specific distillery, he or she is actually asking simply for malt whisky. This is because single malts are malt whiskies from one distillery where a distinctive house style is usually noticeable.

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