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Four Must-Try Single Malt Whiskeys

It's a relatively common occurrence. Whisky drinkers preaching to each other the benefits and preferences of a certain brand, blend or expression. For every blended whisky drinker there is an equivalent single malt person. Who's right? It's hard to say because in the end it's all a matter of taste.

Today we are talking about five best single-malted whiskeys; one should try once in her/his life.

Alexander Murray Firestone Walker Polly Casks scotch

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Barrels used to make whiskey than to make beer and then again to mature whiskey.

This crazy idea was put forth by Alexander Murray and Firestone Walker.

Alexander Murray Firestone Walker Polly Casks scotch single malt double barrel aged is among the rarest of the whiskeys.

Malty sweetness and honeycomb flavors along with anise are what it has in the taste department.

 

Glenlivet Scotch single malt 21-year-old

Glenlivet 21 year old

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Glenlivet Scotch is a gold medal winner alcohol. This ultimate whiskey is a castle in the air for every single malt lover.

Oily walnuts with spice and sugar with a touch of winter fruitcake makes the taste fuller and more vibrant.

If we talk about the finishing, it is long and sweet.

 

Glenmorangie Signet Scotch Single Malt Highland

Glenmorangie Signet

Glenmorangie Signet Scotch single malt highland is a twice-distilled scotch which has been the reason behind numerous ‘clinks.’

The scotch is best known for its syrupy, sweet taste. The drink ends with a rubbery dryness in the mouth.

For people who love to keep it simple and pure, this drink is your drink.

 

Glenfiddich Scotch Single Malt thirty year old

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This rich brown scotch, Glenfiddich Scotch Single Malt, is second gold medaled liquor on this list.

Every cask of this thirty year older is claimed to be personally selected and nosed by the experts in the distillery.

Luscious sherry notes, fruit and oaks are there in the smell and finishing of this single malt is honeyed, long and warm.

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