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Scotch Malt Whisky, Lowland single malt whisky
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The term ‘Single Malt Scotch’ refers to a whisky that fulfils all three elements of the term: SINGLE – the whisky must be from only one distillery.
Single Malt Scotch whiskies are grouped by region, each embracing certain characteristics. These are: Highlands (inc. & Speyside), Lowlands, Islands, Islay
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