The Inverarity Scotch Whisky
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  • I asked the owner of the shop what he’d recommend as a reasonably-priced whisky and he went through a list
  • Anyway, I bought the whisky and tried it out at midnight on Old Year’s Night with a few friends

    • by Andrew Gray
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      The Inverarity Scotch Whisky is a blended whisky with a high proportion of malts. I only discovered it when I went into a local off-licence to buy something for a New Year’s celebration. There were the usual choices of both malts and blends, but nothing that looked different. I asked the owner of the shop what he’d recommend as a reasonably-priced whisky and he went through a list. I knew most of them already, but not the last one, which was The Inverarity Scotch Whisky.

      When you look at it,


      The Inverarity looks like a Highland malt. They are the lighter Scotch malt whiskies, and are distinguished by their pale, honey-colour. Often, they will have a light taste, which is one reason why Scotch whiskies are so popular all over the world. They have an astonishing range of flavours and one may be utterly different from another.

      Anyway, I bought the whisky and tried it out at midnight on Old Year’s Night with a few friends. It was quite a revelation. For all that it’s a pale, honey-colour, this blend (it’s ...


      • not a pure malt) packs quite a punch. I don’t mean that it’s a drink that leaves you gasping, like some firewater vodkas. Far from it. It’s a smooth, mellow drink with a nice balance between the malt and the grain. The flavour is positively creamy and full-bodied. This means that it is a far cheaper alternative to a pure malt, but as a good blend should be, it has a clear taste of a general Highland malt which lasts, but the grain gives it a slightly fuller body than
        would otherwise be the case. A decent grain admixture to a blend should not be dismissed and there is at least one pure grain Scotch Whisky on the market!

        This whisky should be diluted, as should all decent Scotch whiskies. By that, I mean diluted with water. If you stick something else, like Coke or Ginger Ale or whatever in it, you ruin it. It could be any drink you care to mention. It loses its taste. With a really good blend like this, it would be sacrilege to do that!




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