Definition of grain whiskey in English:

grain whiskey

Syllabification: grain whis·key

noun

  • Whiskey made mainly from corn and barley.
    More example sentences
    • It is made up of 40 different single malt and grain whiskeys all of which are aged at least 12 years.
    • Irish whiskeys are usually blends of single malt and single grain whiskeys produced in Ireland.
    • This lighter, more drinkable grain whiskey extended the appeal of whiskey to a considerably wider consumer market.

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