A mix of cereals that can be wheat, corn, oat, rye and barley are the basis of a grain whisky. Its distillation is carried out using the continuous patent still process, cheaper to produce with a higher yield, it makes him the main component of blends. But a single grain is also usually sweeter than single malt, especially with ages!
Built in 1855 in Edinburgh and also named Edinburgh at its early stage, the Caledonian distillery ..
The Cambus distillery is closed since 1993. It was one of the first grain distilleries in Scotland..
Built in 1799 in Alloa in the Lowlands, the Carsebridge distillery initially produced malt whisky...
It is in the Lowlands not far from the west coast that the family business William Grant & Sons, a..
The Invergordon Distillery was founded in 1959 and still in operation today. Unlike most grain dis..
Distilled in December 1972, this single grain has aged for 43 years in a single cask. Proposed by ..
On the nose, caramel and a fresh and spicy woody. In the mouth we could think of a sherry maturati..
Located in the Lowlands, it's from the heart of Edinburgh that the distillery operates for the ble..
Located in Glasgow, the Strathclyde grain distillery has probably not the charm of a malt distille..