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But Joan Durbeyfield must mind that she don't get green malt in floor.
Single malts are just one of many premium spirits types with which these consumers like to experiment.
At around $60 per bottle, this scotch is a blend of 100 single malts from the four scotch-producing regions of Scotland, the Lowlands, the Highlands, Islay and Campbeltown.
Blended malt: A mixture of single malts only, from various distilleries.
While it is important to have brands, and we do so, single malts are like wine in that they are more about the mood and the moment.
THE growing brewing and distilling sectors helped Northumberland malt manufacturers Simpsons to deliver record volumes in 2015, latest accounts for the firm reveal.
Viking Malt Oy produces and supplies malts for breweries and distilleries.
With the premiumization of the local liquor market amid the increased spending power of consumers, importers are now bringing in high-end products such as single malt whisky to tickle the Filipino palate.
Single Islay malts such as Lagavulin 16 Year Old Whisky (PS46.
Bourbon barrels, Spanish Sherry casks and Japanese Mizunara wood, all add up to a variety of whiskies that are used in single malts and in blends of malts (All-Malt or Pure Malt).
THE SPIRIT OF THE GLEN BEYOND ITS core range of single malts, Speyside stalwart The Glenlivet has launched The Glenlivet Nadurra (PS47.
Ardmore is a helpful stepping stone between the softer 'glens' and the Islay malts, which are often just a step too far for most people in terms of flavour," said Dalrymple.