Scotch whisky is a whisky that is distilled and aged for a minimum of three years in Scotland. Although three years is the minimum aging time required by the Scotch Whisky Act, most Scotches are aged for 5 to 12 years, sometimes even longer.
There are three types Scotch whisky:
In mixed drinks and cocktails Blended Scotch whisky should be used. Single malt whiskies are almost never used in mixed drinks. It should be enjoyed neat, perhaps with a little water.
Note that, like Canadian whisky, Scotch whisky is spelled without the "e".
Used in the following 120 drinks:
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