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  • single malt blended, aged 12 years.

  • Triple distilled cask strength.

  • Irish Scott.

  • When it comes to whiskey, it can be really hard to know what to order.

  • What is the difference between a single mold, a blended and a bourbon to find out how Dega lovely to see.

  • Oh, I've invited drinks experts.

  • Jaeger.

  • Wise to purpose.

  • Do with me at the bar.

  • Behold a dazzling array off whiskeys.

  • How on earth do you tell the difference between them?

  • Well, it could be quite complicated, even the type of grain that's used whereabouts.

  • It's made the type of cask.

  • All these differences will determine a difference in flavor and ultimately, a different whiskey.

  • Well, let's get this lesson started.

  • First up, what makes a single mold a single malt?

  • Okay, well, a single part of a single mom means it comes from a single distillery on the mult means it has to be made with 100% malted barley, which it's like that.

  • It's only way with that.

  • No, not at all on, but they're actually strict laws that govern this next bourbon.

  • Bourbon is a type of American whiskey traditionally associated with the state of Kentucky.

  • What is the main characteristic off a bourbon.

  • What makes a bourbon Oberman is it has to be made with at least 51% maze.

  • How specific.

  • 51% 51%.

  • Just like the Irish whiskey that's going into our liqueur bourbons.

  • Taste is influenced by the subtle, buttery flavors of maize.

  • Probably thinking, What's the other 49%?

  • Well, it could be a whole myriad of other grains.

  • It could be barley can be wheat.

  • Or it could just be more corn.

  • Whiskey makers, a very strict, very specific people take their whiskey very, very seriously.

  • Grain is just the start.

  • How the alcohol is distilled is also crucial.

  • This looks like a kind of cartoon character from a Children's animation.

  • This is called a part still, which is made of copper and copper, helps to strip the impurities from the whiskey, the higher the surface area of copper, the whiskey.

  • More impurities are removed.

  • So if he still is taller, and then there's a higher surface area, which means you have a more lights more delicate, so the type of still can have as big an impact on taste as the type of grain.

  • But whiskey makers have even more ways to play around with flavor.

  • So we've tried a single malt.

  • We've tried a bourbon, so this year is a blended OK, give it a go.

  • Yeah.

  • Okay.

  • What is the word blended mean in this context, Branded with the Camino a mix of whiskeys from multiple different distilleries, you would tend to blend risk it to get a flavor profile.

  • You particularly want it in the way that a painter might use different colors to get a very specific color.

  • Yeah, exactly.

  • Despite their complex differences, there is one simple thing a whiskeys have in common.

  • They must be aged in oak casks.

  • The's casks are often second hand and have had a previous life maturing.

  • Other drinks like sherry, port and even wine.

  • One of the things I have noticed is there seems to be a really emphasis on where the whiskey is made.

  • Scotland, Ireland, Japan, America.

  • Does that actually make a difference in the taste?

  • It makes a huge difference, and that's largely because they will have different whiskey making traditions on the all of different geography as well.

  • So things like the type of water will have a massive difference on the flavor of the finished product.

  • So if you're a whiskey aficionado, you are going to notice a difference between a Japanese on a Scottish whisky?

  • Yeah, absolutely.

  • I might know.

  • Give it.

single malt blended, aged 12 years.


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