A Tourist’s Guide to Scottish Single Malts

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A Tourist’s Guide to Scottish Single Malts

Single malt scotch is a very fine type of Scotch that is aged in single oak barrels. Single malt scotch is made by only one distiller. Single malts are usually associated with single malt Scotch, although they are also made in other countries as well. Single malt scotch can be very light or it can be quite dark. If you like your Scotch a little light then you should look for a Single Malt Scotch.

Malt distilling is an art that takes time and skill. The Single Malt Scotch is considered to be a great value because it is from the single estate of Scotland. There are some very famous single malt scotch whiskies including Ardbeg for example.

The word single malt can mean many different things. When we refer to single malt whiskies we generally are not talking about a cheap bottle of scotch. A single malt can be very expensive because it is from a single estate. A single malt is usually separated from other mists and put into a new bottle without diluting the essence. The price of a single malt is determined by where it is made and how rare it is.

There are a lot of single malt whiskies to choose from. You will get different flavors when you choose the right one for you. Some people will really like the taste of a traditional single malt whiskey while others will prefer a newer single malt whiskey that is made with new ingredients. Whatever you choose will taste good. When buying a bottle of single malt whiskey, there are a few things that you should keep in mind to ensure you get the best price and quality.

First make sure that you know the full name of the single malt distillery that you are buying. If you are buying an older brand then you should make sure you ask what age the whiskey was when it was distilled. Most brands that are aged for a long time in a barrel will have a better taste but if you are looking for a younger whiskey than a younger barrel might be better.

Another thing you should look for when buying a single malt is the millstone. This is a metal device that is used to determine how old a single grain whisky has been. Single malt should never be bottled in a different millstone year after year. Once the millstone is broken it is useless. The flavor should always be the same.