Blended whisky is a blend of malt and grain whisky and is in demand worldwide. Read onto to get the list of some of the most popular Blended Scotch Whiskey brands.

Blended Scotch Whisky

Any festival occasion calls for celebration and rejoicing and what better way to relish your enjoyment, than with a glass of blended Scotch whisky. Blended whisky, as the very name suggests, is a blend of malt and grain whisky. The art of blending is such that one whisky is melted into the other, giving a perfect balance and creating a unique characteristic. The blending is meticulously integrated, so that the sum of all the whiskies, mixed together, is better than individually taken ones. Blends are usually made to a formula, but it is not always possible to adhere strictly to it. In the present times, blended Scotch whisky enjoys great popularity worldwide.
A single blended Scotch whisky can comprise of a combination of whiskies from as many as 40 or 50 different malt and grain distilleries. Typically, the blend comprises of 60 percent grain and 40 percent malt. However, it might vary slightly, depending upon the particular brand. It is the percentage of malt in a blended Scotch whisky that determines quality and smoothness of its taste as well as character. In majority of the cases, the individual whiskies used for making blended whisky are matured for about 5 years, though it is possible for the whiskies to be higher aged as well. Want to know about Blended Scotch Whisky brands? Listed below, are some of the most popularly relished ones.
List of Blended Scotch Whisky 
  • Bailie Nicol Jarvie 
  • Ballantine's Finest Blended Scotch Whisky (comprises of 57 malts)
  • Bell's Special Reserve Blended Pure Malt (comprises of more than 35 percent malt)
  • Black & White (comprises of 60-65 percent grain whiskies)
  • Black Bottle (comprises of malts from the seven active Islay distilleries)
  • Chivas Regal (comprises of around 40 percent malt)
  • Cutty Sark (comprises of mainly Speyside whiskies)
  • Dewar's White Label (comprises of 40 single malts and grain whiskies)
  • Dimple (comprises of over 30 malt and grain whiskies)
  • Famous Grouse (comprises of over 65% grain whiskies)
  • Grand Macnish Finest (comprises of up to 40 different single malts)
  • Grant's Family Reserve (comprises of 25 malts, making 35 percent of the blend)
  • Haig (comprises of 30- 40 percent malt whiskies)
  • Hankey Bannister (comprises of around 30 percent (non Islay) malt)
  • Highland Queen (comprises of 30-35 percent malt, mainly Glen Moray)
  • Isle of Skye (comprises of
  • J & B Rare Blended Scotch Whisky (comprises of around 40 whiskies)
  • Johnnie Walker Black Label (comprises of 40 blended whiskies, including Port Dundas grain and malts from Caol Ila and Talisker)
  • Passport Scotch (comprises of malts from Seagram's Speyside distilleries)
  • Stewart's Cream of the Barley (comprises of 50 malts)
  • Teacher's Highland Cream Blended (comprises of 45 percent malts, including Ardmore and Glendronach)
  • The Famous Grouse (comprises of 65 percent grain whiskies)
  • Vat 69 (comprises of 35 percent malt)
  • White Horse (comprises of 40 percent malts including Talisker and Linkwood)
  • Whyte & Mackay (comprises of over 40 malt and grain whiskies)
  • 100 Pipers (comprises of 25-30 whiskies)

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