Read about the difference between Scotch Whiskey and Other Whiskeys
In this video, we will learn about the difference between scotch whiskey and other whiskeys.
In this video we are discussing the difference between scotch whiskey and other whiskeys.
Scotch whiskey is a type of whiskey. There are many types of whiskey. If you do not know about the various types of whiskey, enroll in the free course on our website and learn all about beverages in the course World of beverages. I will put a link to the course in the description box below.
So what makes scotch whiskey unique?
The original scotch whiskey was made from malted barley. But these days it is made from malted wheat and rye as well. So the first factor is that the grain needs to be malted to make a scotch whiskey.
Malting is like sprouting.
To malt the grain, distillers soak the grain in water and sprout them. This helps the grain to germinate and develop the sugar content.
Another unique factor is the ageing of the whiskey in the cask. Scotch is usually matured in oak casks that have been used for wine or other spirits. It is also matured for a minimum of 3 years. That helps in the maturation and provides the unique smoothness of scotch whiskey.
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