Single grain is much lesser known than single malt, but still very much worthy of trying!. The “single” in the name tells you it’s the product of a single distillery. However, unlike single malt, single grain whiskies don’t have to be from just barley, nor does the grain need to be malted (although most are). Single grain whiskies are often made from wheat, corn, or a blend of the two.
We’ve had a few grain whiskies in our tastings like the SMWS B1.1 and Bain’s Cape Mountain Single Grain. In this tasting, we are featuring both blended and single grain whiskies from Scotland. We think we’ve chosen a great lineup for you with ages ranging up to 35 years, including three single casks from the SMWS! Some of these are truly outstanding! We hope to see you there!