Scotch whiskey is made from water and barley. A little yeast may be added to get the fermentation process going. The barley MASH is dried in a kiln with a porous floor, under which burns a fire made of peat, which is what gives Scotch it's distinctive smoky and slightly oily flavor. After the whiskey is distilled out, it is aged in barrels for at least 3 years. Most Scotches are blended, but they are blended from nothing but various Scotch whiskys - grain neutral spirits are never mixed in, like they are with many cheaper American whiskeys. Scotch is the only spirit where the name is properly spelled "whisky". In all other forms (rye, Bourbon, etc), it is "whiskey".
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...Because that is what defines it as Scotch. Just as Bourbon is only made in the county of Bourbon, Scotch is only made in Scotland. Both are versions of whiskey (whisky in the case of scotch), so when made elsewhere it is simply whiskey.
Scotch is a particular type of whiskey, first made in Scotland, which is aged in oak casks.Answer #2Scotch is whiskey made in Scotland.If whiskey is made anywhere else in the world; even by the same people using the exact same recipie and tools, it is not scotch.#3Scotch is a trade name and must meet requirements for ingredients, aging, and distilling. All Scotch is made in Scotland, all whiskey made in Scotland in not Scotch.
Scotch is a whiskey that is made in Scotland.
You may be thing of Scotch Whisky. That is to say whiskey made in Scotland.
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It is Canadian whiskey, Scotch must be made in Scotland.
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Glenmorangie is the best brand name scotch made in Scotland.
'Scotch' is a nickname for whiskey which is made in Scotland. Scottish people are from Scotland.
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Yes, scotch whiskey is whiskey made in Scotland. You will notice that although there is good whiskey made in other countries, Ireland for example, the bottle will say what kind of whiskey it is : single, double malt, blend but not call it scotch.
First there is whiskey, a distilled alcoholic drink made in Scotland. Pretty much the same stuff, but made in the US, is called scotch.
No, they are all made in Scotland.
Scotch whiskey is distilled from fermented malted barley that has often been smoked over a peat fire.
McCleary's Blended Scotch? No. It's made up.
Scotch is usually made by aging them in casks that were originally used for different alcoholic beverages (whisky, sherry, etc).
Scotch is made in Scotland and aged in oak casks for a minimum of 3 years, either blended or Single Malt. Whiskey is made in America and Ireland. Whisky without the "e" is made in Scotland, Canada. Look up Scotch whiskey distilleries for examples of Scotch. Look up Irish whiskey or American whiskey for examples of those.
its made from malted grain barley and water. there are no other ingredients.
Scotch neat is a scotch with no ice.
Scotch whiskey is distilled from malted barley that may or may not have been smoked over a peat fire.