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Scotch Single Malt Whisky Production: A Photographic Study.
The distillation process of the Scotch Single Malt Whisky starts with barley being unloaded at a distillery and continues step by step to bottling. Click to begin the slide show >>

Pronunciation Guide. How do you say that Distillery/Scotch single malt name? View the pronunciation guide. >>

Whisky Proof Dilution Formula. A mathematical formula to help you taste "cask strength" whiskies at their normal official bottling strengths of 80 or 86 proof. Click to view the dilution formula>>

The Independent Bottler.
Anyone has the option of bottling casks with his own private label and selling the bottles if he has met the lawful stipulations of his particular locale. Click to learn about some excellent independent bottling firms. >>

Scotch Whisky Statistics.
What country consumes the most? How much taxes are generated from internation business deals? Learn these facts about Scotch Whisky and more >>

Interview of David Robertson, Manager of the Macallan Distillery. Robertson discusses the actual procedure used in a typical bottling of The Macallan. Click to view a transcript of the interview >>

The Pot Still - Shrine of the Majestic, Mysterious Scotch Single Malt.
The pot still is an essential piece of equipment in the distillation of the Scotch single malt. View photos of the manufacture and construction of the pot still. >>

Also see:

Tasting The Scotch Single Malt Whisky - The Scotch Doc Method

Scotch Single Malt Whisky Tasting Descriptors

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