Typically, “scotch” is a whiskey that is produced in Scotland according to a set of guidelines set forth by the Scotch Whisky Association. The main points of those guidelines are that all scotch must be:
- Made in Scotland, on site at the listed distillery
- Matured in oak casks for no less than three years
- Containing no added substances (other than water and caramel coloring)
- Labeled with an age that represents the youngest drop of alcohol in the bottle
Blended whisky is a time honored tradition in Scotland, taking spirits produced in different distilleries with various manufacturing processes and blending them together to create something unique and delicious.
This list catalogs all of the whiskey from this region that we have reviewed so far, ordered by rating and price.
Barton Brands - Highland Mist Blended Scotch WhiskyReview In Progress
Author: Nick Leghorn