Top Whisky Brands

The Blended Scotch Whiskey is a result of you mixing neutral grain spirits and flavourings with different varieties of whiskies. It, therefore, includes blending single malt whiskies with spirits and other ingredients. In the following article, you are going to learn about the blended scotch whiskey brands.

Johnnie Walker

Johnnie Walker

Johnnie Walker is a Scotch whisky brand that originated in the town of Kilmarnock, East Ayrshire – Scotland. This brand first established by John Walker is the most distributed brand of blended Scotch whisky all over the world. Its annual sales are in hundreds of millions because it is sold in almost every country. Johnnie Walker has a variety of Keyword one blends that include Red Label, Black Label, Double Black Label, Green Label, and Gold Label among many others.


Ballantines Whisky

Ballantine’s include a variety of Blended Scotch whiskies produced in Dumbarton – Scotland. The flavour of Ballantine’s depends on fingerprint malts that originate from Miltonduff and Glenburgie. As the second highest selling Scotch whisky in the world, it is blended with four single grains and fifty single malts. They include Finest which is ‘soft sweet and complex’, Limited which is ‘creamy, soft and smooth’, and 12-year-old which is ‘fresh, soft and nutty’ among others.


Grants Whisky

Grant’s is another type of blended Scotch whisky that is bottled in Scotland by William Grant and Sons. It is the third largest Scotch whisky brand in the world. Grant’s blended whiskies are prepared by use of grain whisky from the distillery of Girvan and are blended with different types of single malts and grain whiskies. The different kinds of Keyword one whiskies include Grant’s 12-year-old whisky, Grant’s Ale Cask Reserve, Grant’s Sherry Cask reserve, and Grant’s Blended Malt among others.

Chivas Regal

Chivas Regal

Chivas Regal blended Scotch whisky is produced by Chivas Brothers. Its origin is in Scotland under the Highland distillery and has a market leading sale of whiskies which are 12 years and above in both the Asia Pacific and Europe. Its Keyword two types include Chivas Regal 12, Chivas Regal Extra, Chivas Regal 18 and Chivas Regal 25.

J & B Whisky

J and B Whisky

J & B Whisky company was founded in the 17th century in the city of London. Its work was to deliver fine blended scotch whisky to the different aristocratic households. The company is known for its J & B Rare whisky brand. The scotch whisky brand is made by blending forty-two grain and malt whiskies. Single malts such as Knockando and Glen Spev are one of its primary products.

William Peel

This blended scotch whiskey has a massive following in France, and this makes it one of the best seller whisky worldwide. Marie Brizard Wine and Spirits own it. The brand’s four expressions include original, as coffee, Double Maturation and in the form of honey-flavoured liqueurs.

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Dewars Whisky

Bacardi owns Dewar's blended Scotch whisky brand. It is the top-selling blended scotch whisky in the US, and it has won the most awards that are more than 500 in international competitions. Dewar’s products include Dewar’s White Label, Dewar’s 12 and 15 and Dewar’s Scratched Cask among many other products.


Bells Whisky

Bell’s is the highest selling brand of whisky in the UK. Initially produced by the Arthur Bell and Sons Limited, Diageo now owns bell's. Bell’s main component is the Blair Athol while Dufftown, Glenkinchie and Inchgower are its other components. The bottling of Bell’s is at Diageo’s Shieldhall, Glasgow plant.

Label 5

Label 5 Whisky

This whisky contains quality blends with quality malt whisky being provided by the Glen Moray Distillery. With a vibrant gold appearance, Label 5 has won multiple awards internationally and is among the top 10 worldwide in sales. The smooth and well-rounded Label 5 is produced between Glasgow and Edinburg which is at the heart of Scotland.


Teachers Whisky

Teacher’s Highland Cream is produced in Glasgow in Scotland. Teacher’s use smoked peat malt whisky that is from the distillery of Ardmore with several other single malt whiskies. A considerable output of the distillery of Ardmore is used to produce this brand.