Grain Whisky Reviews

Firstly, let’s get the definition out of the way. Grain Whisky is Whisky made from any grains, including but not limited to wheat and corn. It differs from Malt Whisky in that Malt Whisky has to be made from only malted barley. In previous decades Grain Whisky has only been used to give a bit more body to blends. It was also used to lower the price on blends, as it is cheaper to produce than Malt. Recently, however, there has been more of an interest in Grain, and it is becoming more popular, right across the globe.

whisky

A BEGINNER’S GUIDE

So, Whisky / Whiskey for Beginners, you want to start drinking Whisky. It’s a pretty versatile drink and caters to many tastes. It also makes you look cool and sophisticated, so what’s not to love?

latest Grain Whisky Reviews

1 2

Top Grain Whisky FAQs

What is a grain whisky? Firstly, let’s get the definition out of the way. Grain Whisky is Whisky made from any grains, including but not limited to wheat and corn. It differs from Malt Whisky in that Malt Whisky has to be made from only malted barley. In previous decades Grain Whisky has only been used to give a bit more body to blends. It was also used to lower the price on blends, as it is cheaper to produce than Malt. Recently, however, there has been more of an interest in Grain, and it is becoming more popular, right across the globe.
I only drink single malt whisky why would I want to drink grain? Grain whisky is amongst the smoothest whiskies on the market today - we try to always have a limited edition award-winning Single Cask Single Grain whisky in the GreatDrams shop as people cannot get enough of it! Scotland has distilleries like Loch Lomond and Girvan that are paving the way for a new category of Scotch Grain Whisky. These distilleries are bottling Grain Whisky that is of a high quality and well matured. It is a definite threat to Single Malt. Loch Lomond is producing Grain Whisky that has won awards. It is well known for is smoothness and distinct light bodied qualities. This being the first distillery in Scotland to produce both Grain and Malt at the same time. It is only fitting that its Grain is a challenge to the Malt throne. Haig Club, a Single Grain Whisky, has only been on the market for a few years, and yet it is swiftly becoming very popular.

Login / register