Scotch whiskey is whiskey undoubtedly the most recognized worldwide. Is difficult to think of Scotland and not doing well in whiskey, and Scotland is practically synonymous of good whiskey. To obtain a Scotch whiskey must follow four basic guidelines that were drafted in 1988 based on the Scottish tradition, these four guidelines dictate that: -The whiskey must be produced at a distillery in Scotland from water and malted barley with the ability to add other grains. -It must be distilled to a degree of 94.8 ° alcohol by volume, to retain flavor. -The whiskey must age in oak barrels at least 3 years. -The whiskey I can not contain added substances other than water and caramel as a coloring and can not be less than 40 degrees of alcohol.

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