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Scotch grain whisky is usually made from a combination of malted barley and either maize or wheat. The starch in the non-malted cereals is released by pre-cooking and converted into fermentable sugars. The mashing and fermentation processes are similar to those used for malt whisky. The wash is distilled in a Coffey or Patent Still, named after its inventor Aeneas Coffey. It has two tall columns - a rectifier and an analyzer. Cold wash is pumped in at the top of the rectifier and meets steam. The alcohol is cooled, condenses and flows away as Scotch grain spirit. The distilled grain spirit is lighter in character and aroma than most malt whisky's and therefore requires rather less time to mature. The vast majority of matured grain whisky is used for blending.
Volume: 750 ML Distillery: Cameronbridge Region: Lowland Age: 22-25 years old ABV: 46.0%
William Cadenhead bottlings are released at either their natural cask strength or reduced to 46% depending on the tasting panels preferred strength for each selection. Distilled in 1989 at Cameronbridge Distillery. Matured in Bourbon Hogsheads for 24 years. Bottled in 2013. One of only 618 bottles.
Volume: 750 ML Distillery: N.S. Region: N.S. Age: N.S. ABV: 45.0%
Nikka Coffey Grain Whisky is distilled in a "Coffey still", which is a very traditional and rare patent still, Nikka imported from Scotland in 1963. The Coffey still produces a complex whisky with a mellow and sweet taste originating from the grain itself.
Volume: 750 ML Distillery: Invergordon Region: Highland Age: 10-12 years old ABV: 65.3%
Rare Bottling of Cadenheads, Invergordon Grain Distillery 12 Year Old. Cask Strength 65.3 % Vol.The company has been founded in 1842 by William Cadenhead and is the oldest independent bottler in Scotland. An eventful story, like it often happens in business world, with good and bad strategic decisions marked the evolution of the brand from its...
Volume: 750 ML Distillery: North British Region: Campbeltown Age: 19-21 years old ABV: 59.9%
Built: 1885. Current Owner: Diageo & The Edrington Group. Production Capacity: 60,000,000 litres. House Style: The whisky is heavy and intense with a ton of cereal grain, woody oak and spice flavours present. Operations started in 1887 and over the years North British grew into Scotland's second largest grain whisky distillery with a production...
Volume: 750 ML Distillery: Port Dundas Region: Lowland Age: 10-12 years old ABV: 59.6%
Oak Matured Single Grain Scotch Whisky. The company has been founded in 1842 by William Cadenhead and is the oldest independent bottler in Scotland. An eventful story, like it often happens in business world, with good and bad strategic decisions marked the evolution of the brand from its foundation until the death of William Cadenhead on...