What's in a name? North British 1997 - Single Grain Collection (Signatory) whisky is called whisky because it's produced in Scotland. Were it from America it would be spelled North British 1997 - Single Grain Collection (Signatory) whiskey, rather than whisky.
Hi there! This is not a single cask, just a single grain whisky. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
16th December 2013
So is this a single cask?
14th December 2013
I bought a bottle of this more out of interest than anything as I have never had a straight grain whisky before and I didn’t have particularly high expectations but what a find! This has to be one of the best value whiskies going. It’s quite straightforward, not much complexity but has a wonderful character, it’s sweet but not overly so, the best flavour comparison I can give is vanilla ice cream, really good (Cornish perhaps) vanilla ice cream and it’s actually quite similar to a good bourbon than anything. Very impressed.
8th October 2013