I've often said single malt and blended scotches are like comparing apples and oranges. I tend to focus more on the former than the latter, so I thought I'd post this out to all of you: what is the target appeal of blended scotch? I look at single malts as being distinctly unique depending on distillery, etc. etc. but the act of blending takes this aspect away. Blended scotch sells much more in quantity than single malts, so there is obviously some appeal consumers are latching on to beyond being generally more economical. What are some things you look for in a good blended scotch?

Posted by Scotchology at 2023-03-26 21:27:01 UTC