Single grain

Japanese Whisky

A single grain is a whisky made from cereals other than barley such as corn, rye or even rice. Distilled in column stills and aged at least three years in oak casks, a single grain is a blend of grain whiskies of different ages or casks, all from a single distillery. Mostly used for blended whiskies it can sometimes be bottled as single grain only. The most famous representatives of this category of whiskies are the American Bourbons.

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