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What defines a Scotch Whisky?

Apart from the obvious fact that the whisky must be produced in Scotland, each malt whisky is
termed to be a Scotch Whisky only if it has been aged/matured in casks for a minimum of 3 years.
In case of blends, the whiskies constituting the blend must be Scotch Malt Whiskies.

What constitutes a Scotch Whisky?
3 simple ingredients - Barley, water and yeast. A lot of other cereals are used but Barley remains to
be the most widely used cereal for making a malt whisky.

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