The Collaborative International Dictionary
malt whiskey \malt whiskey\, malt whisky \malt whisky\n. A whiskey distilled in Scotland (esp. whiskey made from malted barley in a pot still); Scotch whisky.
Syn: Scotch, Scotch-whiskey, Scotch whisky.
n. (context US English) (alternative spelling of malt whisky English)
n. whiskey distilled in Scotland; especially whiskey made from malted barley in a pot still [syn: Scotch, Scotch whiskey, Scotch whisky, malt whisky]
Usage examples of "malt whiskey".
He got up, went to the bar and poured large measures of malt whiskey into two of Lisl's best cut-glass tumblers.
The level in the bottle of single malt whiskey had dropped rather considerably over the last .
Not even a bottle of single malt whiskey could shut the voice up, but it did make it very easy to ignore.
He would have sat in a chair very like this one and sipped his malt whiskey and stared into the fire -- his favorite dog at this feet -- while he chatted about the day's hunting with a neighbor and planned the hunting for the morrow.
David as he was known to the people of Abernathy, Kentucky, picked up his glass of beer and drank deeply, while Jason sipped at his single malt whiskey.
Hagrid, he noticed, was keeping Madame Maxime's horses well provided with their preferred drink of single-malt whiskey.
Korin picked up a bottle, opened it, and began to pour Santory single-malt whiskey into a line of small rounded glasses.
He likes single-malt whiskey, another matter best unmentioned to Philip, who had responded to Pop’.