OR BLENDED WHISKY?
HERE’S EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT DIFFERENT TYPES OF WHISKY AND HOW THEY’RE MADE
You won’t find many spirits with a backstory as rich as whisky. Its origins go back 1,000 years when monks from mainland Europe migrated into Scotland and Ireland, and began to ferment grains to make up for the lack of grapes and vineyards. These days we have countless types of whisky, but the biggest difference is between single malt and blended whiskies.
If you’re going to serve up legendary drinks to your crew, it’s worth knowing what separates these two types. Here’s everything you need to know…
“Blending whisky is like cooking: the ingredients are all unique but when those ingredients come together, you can create something extraordinary & complex.”
How To Drink Blended Whisky
When it comes to whisky, Chivas combines tradition with cutting-edge modern ideas to create a range of incredibly versatile blends. There are countless ways to drink Chivas whisky, from neat or over ice to showing off your mixology skills with crowd-pleasing cocktails.
Take advantage of the smoothness of Chivas 12 by mixing it with soda water to create the classic Whisky Highball, or use the exotic notes of the Extra 13 range to fresh and original cocktails such as the Extra Sangria or the gloriously tropical Extra Colada.