About Scotch Grain Whisky.

Tasting distinctly different from their malt whisky counterparts, grain Scotch is made primarily from wheat, although a proportion of malted barley is included to aid fermentation. Apart from the brands we recognise, such as the newly introduced Haig Club, grain whisky is used in the make-up of blended malts, such as Famous Grouse, utilised to both smooth out the blends and to keep their cost down.

Grain Scotches are generally smoother and lighter in style, obtained, in part, by distilling in a continuous patent still.