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Single Malt Scotch Whisky - McAdam's Grand Tour of Scotland

A Scottish single malt whisky tasting and flavour journey through the different regions of Scotland.
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Gary McAdam

on 17 October 2015

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Transcript of Single Malt Scotch Whisky - McAdam's Grand Tour of Scotland

McAdam's
Grand Tour of Scotland

The Zesati Family and Friends
Scottish Single Malt Whisky
Flavour Journey
With Gary McAdam

Auchentoshan
Macallan
Old Pulteney
Springbank
Edinburgh
Austin
Scotland
4600 Miles
McAdam's
Grand Tour of Scotland

Thank you ! Slainte!
The Environment
The Environment
The Distillery
Special Feature
The Malt
The Environment
The Distillery
The Malt
The Distillery
The Malt
The Environment
The Distillery
The Malt
The Environment
The Distillery
The Malt
[Pronounced Ock-en-toshan]
Laphroaig
(cc) image by nuonsolarteam on Flickr
4) Mature in Oak Casks, mainly Bourbon or Sherry used casks, for around 8 - 40+ years,
then bottle at cask strength 63 degrees or dilute to 40-46 degrees then enjoy at your leisure ...
* Why copper? – it reduces sulphury aromas in the spirit and helps to shape flavours.
* barley soaked with pure Scottish water and germinated for around 12 days to convert Starches into Sugars, then dried over coke or Peat (for smokiness) to stop further germination.
2) Mash & Ferment : Add Hot water to make a sweet liquid called “Wort” … then add yeast and fermenting starts to produce a low alcohol liquid called the “wash” – around 8% abv
First, lets start with a quick overview of the Single Malt Whisky Making Process…
1) Start with some Malted Barley * ...
Scotland
6 Regions
The Distillery
The environment
Highland Park
The Malt
3) Distill twice in a copper* still
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