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[mass noun] Whisky unblended with any other malt.
- ‘Over single malt whiskey and haggis, we reminisced over the Cubs' long losing history.’
- ‘A few nights ago my parents had a friend over for dinner and opened a very expensive bottle of single malt whiskey which they delicately poured into glasses with equal parts water and sipped with great excitement.’
- ‘Although most of the whisky available is owned by large multinationals, there is greater interest in older single malts and vintage dated whiskies.’
- ‘Some of the new bourbon consumers are migrating from single malt Scotch and Irish whiskey.’
- ‘I'm pretty sure he preferred whisky: single malts, no doubt.’
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