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Whisk(e)y, Scotch - blended Scotch whisky
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Launched Autumn 2010, this is an infusion of The Famous Grouse scotch whisky with orange, cinnamon, star anise.
The word ‘whiskey’ derives from the Gaelic ‘uisque beatha’, meaning ‘water of life’ and whiskies are distilled in countries around the world
In accordance with the Scotch Whisky Act of 1988, for a whisky to be termed a ‘Scotch whisky’ it must be distilled in Scotland from fermented cereal
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