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37 Year Old Grain Whisky

A 37-year-old whisky is more than just a drink; it's a reflection of time itself. Over such a lengthy period, the spirit has undergone a quiet transformation, soaking in an array of flavours from its surroundings. When you have a sip of this 37-year-old whisky, you're tasting the culmination of dedication and the passing of years.

Grain whisky, in the midst of the vast whisky range, has its unique story. While malt whiskies have had their moments in the sun, the 19th century brought a turning point for grain whisky, responding to the changing demands of growing cities. The introduction of the column still by Aeneas Coffey in the 1830s was significant for this 37-year-old spirit, bringing in a modern twist.

What sets grain whisky apart is its use of a mix of grains, from corn to rye. These ingredients play a pivotal role in shaping the taste of a whisky, especially one as aged as 37 years.

The distillation process for grain whisky, particularly using column stills, results in a spirit that's both light and refined. For a whisky that's been maturing for 37 years, the tasting experience is layered, ranging from a subtle sweetness to more intricate notes.

The choice of barrels for ageing matters too. While American oak gives a hint of tropical character to the 37-year-old whisky, European oak tends to introduce spicier elements. And as people's tastes evolve, grain whisky continues to pique interest, with distilleries bringing new and exciting versions to the table.

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