Once upon a time, Single Malt whisky gained a reputation for being smoother and richer in flavour than blends – a misconception we’re eager to correct. While there are some advantages to Single Malts, Blended Whiskies can be just as flavourful and complex . The difference between Single and Blended Malt simply means that Blended Malts come from several different distilleries, while Single Malts come from one . Blended Malt just means that some of the whisky came from a different distillery, which could actually be a necessary addition to make the whisky taste better. All clear now? Phew, that sure was an explanation.
Our Blended Malt collection is full of brilliant whiskies, all available online for you to buy. Our favourites include the Compass Box Glasgow blend, and the Gladstone Axe Black Axe, both superior blends. Try a few and let us know which ones you like best.