Conceived and created primarily for mixed drinks, there are many blended whiskies worth exploring.
From time to time I and my tasters will offer reviews of blended Scotch and Irish whisky, as well other whiskies made in similar styles.
Most of these are a combination single malt whisky and grain whisky, typically made from corn or wheat. The non-grain component in Irish whiskey is almost always a combination of malted and non-malted barely known as single pot still whisky.
For reviews of 100% single pot still (non-blended) Irish whiskey, and any single malt Irish expressions, please see the list of Single Malt Whisky Reviews.
Our list of blended whisky reviews will expand as time allows:
(click on the links below, more will appear active soon.)
Buchannan’s, 12 and 18
Famous Grouse, standard and 18
Great King St.
Johnnie Walker Black
Johnnie Walker Double Black
Johnnie Walker Gold
Johnnie Walker Gold Reserve
Johnnie Walker Green vatted malt
Johnnie Walker Platinum
Johnnie Walker Red
Teacher’s Highland Cream
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