Blended scotch

Blended scotch whisky is made by mixing several single malts with wheat and corn whiskies in column stills. The result is a smooth and versatile product that allows different styles of whisky to blend harmoniously together in a glass. In a blend, the grain is imporant as the malt.

The art of blending whisky was pioneered by Andrew Usher in Edinburgh, Scotland, in the early 1860's. It tastes like malty and buttery, with a spicy finish. Single malt Scotch, on the other hand tastes oaky and woody, with signature peaty and smoky notes.

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The Penicillin is an cocktail made with whisky, ginger, honey syrup, and fresh lemon juice. Its name derives from the drug penicillin hinting to the medicinal properties of some of its ingredients. The Penicillin cocktail was created by Sam Ross in the mid-2000s, when he was working at New York City’s famous Milk & Honey bar. Now, the cocktail is served around the world.