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Scotch Grain Whisky

Over 90% of all Scotch whisky sold is blended whisky. Blended whisky has been the cornerstone of the industry for so long because it is cheaper to produce than single malt whisky. The reason is, blended whisky contains grain whisky as well as malt whisky and grain whisky is much cheaper and easier to produce. The grain brings different qualities to the final blend than the malts do, and helps to bring more boisterous malts together too. The result is an an approachable whisky, made to suit a wide range of palates that is also more economical than a single malt.

Recently, we're seeing more Scotch grain whiskies released that flaunt the fact that grain whiskies can be delectable in their own right. There are single grains and also blended grain whiskies now available that are more than worth your time.

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A Clan Denny bottling of single cask single grain Scotch whisky from the Girvan distillery. It was distilled in 1993 and left to mature for 20 long years before it was bottled by the chaps at Douglas...  More info
$137.87
Released for Duncan Taylor's excellent Octave range of independently bottled whiskies which have been finished in Octave casks, this 22 year old North British single grain Scotch whisky will fit right...  More info
$173.33
A Small Batch bottling of 24 year old single grain whisky from the Strathclyde distillery in Glasgow. It was matured in bourbon barrels for 24 long years, allowing for plenty of interaction between...  More info
$111.79
The 30 year old edition of Girvan single grain Scotch whisky, part of the new range from William Grant and Sons which aims to give grain whisky the respect it deserves. What better way to do that...  More info
$571.78
Distilled by Invergordon, this single cask release by Hunter Laing features some brilliant 21 year old single grain Scotch whisky. Cask 10155 did a goood job maturing the single grain for 21 years...  More info
$117.87
Determined to give grain whisky the respect it truly deserves, William Grant & Sons are releasing a range of Girvan Patent Still Single Grain Whiskies, starting with this launch edition of their 25...  More info
$382.75
Some single grain greatness from North British! 22 years in the cask has done this whisky good. Bottled by Duncan Taylor for their Dimensions range with an outturn of 182 bottles.  More info
$138.70
24 year old Strathclyde single grain Scotch whisky, bottled by Duncan Taylor for the Octave range, which shows off whiskies which have been finished in tiny Octave casks. This particular single grain...  More info
$196.97
A non-age-statement addition to William Grant & Sons growing collection of single grain Scotch whiskies comes in the shape on The Girvan Patent Still No. 4 Apps, which takes its name from the...  More info
$68.49
Bottled for WM Cadenhead's World Whiskies range, this is a 19 year old Scottish single grain whisky from the Cameronbridge distillery. A limited release of 301 bottles.  More info
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$100.42
The Sovereign range, continued by Hunter Laing, looks to honour the noble single grain whisky with release like this tremendous 23 year old single cask from Cameronbridge.  More info
$127.65
"One of apple, two of oak,
Orange, allspice, yet no smoke."

A single grain whisky from Loch Lomond, who are pretty big on sorcery. How else do you explain how they're able to produce both grain...  More info
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$59.29
The Snow Grouse
(70cl, 40%)
Wonderfully, the Snow Grouse is a grain whisky, designed to be drunk cold. What a brilliant idea! In fact, they recommend you have these stuff straight from the freezer.  More info
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$29.60
All hail the Coffey still! Or is that the coffee still? Whilst the label may be a little confused by these homophonic terms (and Invergordon may not have any actual Coffey stills these days...), the...  More info
$112.40
Compass Box Hedonism
(70cl, 43%)
A delightful blended grain whisky, Hedonism really is as enjoyable as the name suggests, a smooth and creamy offering from Compass Box.  More info
User Rating:  Rating (4.5/5)
$86.44
Cameron Brig
(70cl, 40%)
This single grain whisky was distilled at the Cameronbridge distillery in fife. A very light, gentle whisky.  More info
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$33.64
Haig Club
(70cl, 40%)
The much anticipated David Beckham endorsed single grain whisky, produced at Cameronbridge distillery. A combination of first-fill, rejuvenated and refill bourbon barrel-matured whiskies are used and...  More info
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$70.29
Not even single grain whisky can escape the reach of Darkness! This North British spent 3 months in first-fill, 50 litre Oloroso Sherry casks before it was bottled. These casks were specially coopered...  More info
$109.28
This single cask whisky was distilled at Rare Ayrshire on the 21st February 1975, and it was aged for 36 years in a single bourbon barrel before bottling by Signatory at cask strength on the 20th June...  More info
$218.98
A 38 year old, single cask, cask strength grain whisky. Distilled at Port Dundas in January 1973, and bottled in April of 2011. A release of 187 bottles.  More info
A 37 year old single cask grain whisky, distilled at Strathclyde, aged for 37 years in cask 74065, it was bottled for Duncan Taylor's Rare Auld range in April 2011. A release of just 101 bottles.  More info
Distilled at Strathclyde grain distillery in January 1980 and aged for 31 years in a single cask, this was bottled by Duncan Taylor for their Rare Auld series in March 2011. A cask strength release of...  More info
This was distilled at the Invergordon grain distillery in October 1972, it was then aged in a single cask for 38 years before bottling in 2011 for Duncan Taylor's impressive Rare Auld range. A release...  More info
Distilled at the Port Dundas grain distillery in January 1973, and aged for 38 years in a single sherry cask, this was bottled in June 2011 by Duncan Taylor. A release of 303 bottles.  More info
Distilled at Invergordon in November 1972, this was aged in a single cask (number 96251) for 38 years before bottling by Duncan Taylor in February 2011. A release of 130 numbered bottles, all at...  More info
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