Single grain whisky is whisky made from a single type of grain, as opposed to whisky which is made from malted barley only (single malt) or indeed a blend of different grains. Single grain whiskies are typically lighter and smoother, and are often aged for longer than single malt scotch.
Single grain whisky is a great choice for those who want to explore the world of whisky beyond single malt whiskies. It's a great way to experience the unique flavours that grains other than barley have to offer.
So next time you're in the mood for something a little different, give single grain whisky a try. Here are some of the best examples you'll find.