When Age Does Not Matter

Many people get confused with many varieties of scotches, the brands and of course the ages of how long a certain scotch is distilled, but does age really matter? When it comes to wines, cheeses, and cured meats, people always ask first how old is it. That is also common for drinks like scotch, but not anymore. Now, a good scotch doesn’t only depend on the age but more on so the process.

The real scotch is distilled in Scotland otherwise they not suppose to bear “scotch” name. There are basic thumb rules also, example, they should be at least aged for three years, more the age is more quality you get, of course more it cost in other hand. But to something great you need to pay for that. the Old scotch whisky has most lavish and rich taste and experts enjoys the aroma & taste of it. Most of the companies use malt to prepare scotch and some uses wheat, normally the scotch made from malt is famous throughout the world. While talking about scotch whisky, single malt whisky always ring the bell, there are many famous single malt whiskies are present and there are blended scotch too, where blending of whisky takes place, some spirit product also gets mixed in that, even some cheap spirit also may be used which reduce the product price but degrade the quality too!

black dog triple gold reserveGoing back to the topic, how can one produce a good scotch is a short span of time. Black Dog, one of the finest brands of scotch in the world, just knows how, and with that, the evidence lies on their BD Triple Gold Reserve scotch. Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve, as the name itself suggests, is the only blended Scotch that is produced involving a triple maturation process. The triple maturation process which involves Grain whiskies and Malt whiskies separately matured in American Bourbon Casks and then blended together and matured again in Oloroso Sherry Butts for an extra longer period of time to give the blend a distinctive flavour and a delicate finish. As per the consumer research conducted on the blend of TGR, it has been appreciated and accepted as a parallel to any 12 y.o. blended scotch. So, next time you hit the bar, forget the question of age, just ask your bartender for the Triple Gold.

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