FAQ About Whisky

  1. How Should Whisky Be Drunk?

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  2. What Is A Scotch Whisky?

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  3. What Is A Blended Whisky?

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  4. What Does Single Malt Mean?

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  5. What is a None Age Statement?

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  6. How Should I Store My Whisky?

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      Protect your bottles from direct light. Exposure to a lot of light—especially sunlight—sets off chemical reactions that will both discolor your whiskey and affect its flavor.[1] Keep your whiskey in a dark area, such as a wine cellar, cupboard, box, or darkened pantry.
    • If you are a collector or retailer interested in showing off your bottles, keep in mind that exposure to direct sunlight will also cause the label to fade.
    • If you must show off your whiskey some place where it will be exposed to light, consider placing it behind a window with a UV-blocking coating.
    2, Keep your bottles in a place with cool, stable temperatures. Temperature fluctuations, and especially expos
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