Scotch Whisky in BulkWe supply scotch whisky in 1000 litre IBCs or 25,000 litre ISO tanks. We are able to supply your company in Europe but also around the globe.
What is Scotch whisky?Scotch whisky must be made in Scotland, birthplace of scotch. Malt or grain are the distilling ingredients that lead to two different kinds of spirits, namely grain whisky and malt whisky.
Oh my ScotchGood scotch is hard to find, especially with the many different variations of the drink. Understanding the characteristics of blended whisky and what the name of a scotch really means are vital in finding the ideal spirit. Single malt scotch is distilled at one single distillery in copper stills. A more smoky flavour is attributed to single malts thanks to peated barley. The bottler is only allowed to label this scotch whisky as single malt if it is actually bottled in Scotland. Blended whisky, by contrast, consists of a mixture of different single malts and grain whiskies; all from Scotland. The grain whisky is produced in column stills at larger distilleries and then is blended with the malt whisky, hence the word blended in the name. This mixture gives blended whisky a sweeter and particularly lighter flavour than the malt whisky on its own. Are you ready to find a whisky that makes your customers say “Oh my Scotch”? Have a look at our scotch blended malt, heavily peated, blended, and grain whisky assortment to find the right scotch whisky for your business.
Grain whisky is made from a mixture of grains while malt whisky is made solely from malted barley. Grain whisky tends to have a lighter and sweeter flavor, while malt whisky has a more robust and complex flavor profile. Grain whisky is commonly used for blending while malt whisky is often enjoyed on its own.
Blended whisky typically has a lighter and sweeter flavor compared to malt whisky. Malt whisky, especially single malts, tends to have a more robust and complex flavor profile with a range of notes including malt, fruits, spices, and sometimes a smoky character.