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malt whisky

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Definition of malt whisky in English:

noun

[mass noun]
Whisky made only from malted barley and not blended with grain whisky: grain whisky is combined with malt whisky to make the famous blends [count noun]: a good range of malt whiskies
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  • If I were rich or daft enough to invite Caplin into my life, I know what she would advise: cut out the fresh coffee, bread, weekend wine, Friday night glass of malt whisky and the Sunday beer.
  • A bottle of lager and even a measure or two of malt whisky might follow it.
  • Levels of copper in the pot ale left from the distilling of malt whisky can breach environmental safety limits when discharged into water.

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