I guess you can’t call it Scotch, though

Scots are upset because the English are now making their own single-malt whisky. I wouldn’t mind trying it, even if it is a bit expensive for its age.

I’ve been saving a bottle of Stranahan’s for a friend. It is also more expensive than you’d expect for being aged only a few years.

The article notes that the English product “can be officially classed as a whisky as it has been stored for more than three years.” The Stranahan’s bottle notes that it’s been “aged a minimum of two years.” Maybe that’s why they call it “whiskey,” rather than “whisky.”

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