Distillation of Scotch Whiskey

Scottish monk, John Cor began distilling malted barley into Scotch whiskey as documented in 1494.

Date:
      1494
Name(s):
      John Cor
Occupation:
      Distiller
Location:
      Scotland, UK

Additional Information:

  • How Scotch Whisky is Made #4: Distillation – Flaviar
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  • How Scotch Whisky is Made #4: Distillation – Flaviar
    Dec 20, 2016 – One of the key parts in the Whisky making process, distillation is where the alcohol created during fermentation is removed from the wash to form a concentrated liquid that goes on to be matured into Whisky. Scotch is distilled twice and in some places, three times, although this is more commonly done in Ireland.
  • Scotch – Distillation – Whisky.com
    Read an overview about how Scottish Single Malt whisky is distilled. Learn about the spirit and the wash still and how the process effects fusel oils and aromas.

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