Basic types of whisky
There are two basic types of whisky which originate from the key ingredients of malt and grain. Malt whisky is made from fermented mash produced from malted barley grain. Grain whisky is a whisky made by using at least one type of grain other than malted barley like corn, wheat, or rye. Now, if whisky is made only from one batch of grain mush from a single distillery, then it is called a 'single malt whisky'.
Blended malt is whisky made from a single malt grain that was made in several different distilleries, compared to blended whiskies that are made by mixing several types of malt, grain and other additives that impact the flavour of the drink.
So, since everyone is stocking up their home bars, here are the best, but reasonably priced whiskies available in Hong Kong for delivery. (We will leave the higher end brands for another discussion.)