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Single Grain Scotch Whiskies

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What is a Single Grain Scotch Whisky?

A Single grain whisky is the product of one Grain distillery and is usually made from wheat, corn or unmalted barley. There are about 8 operating grain distilleries in Scotland, the majority being in central Scotland with the exception of Invergordon in the northern Highlands and Girvan in the far south. There are of course more grain distilleries, which are now closed or mothballed.

 

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