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Not mixed with other types of the same substance.‘unblended whisky’
unmixed, unalloyed, unadulterated, uncontaminated, sterling, solid, refined, one hundred per cent, 100%View synonyms
- ‘Single quinta vintage ports are wholly unblended and can give some very idiosyncratic tastes.’
- ‘Although encounters with unblended Australian Mataro are still relatively rare, the Barossa Valley location of most of it means that the wine tends to resemble the Spanish rather than the French version.’
- ‘Heitz's Cabernets are straight and unblended.’
- ‘Blends range to include any mixture possible of these three varietals including 100% unblended versions.’
- ‘Today, the USP could be as unusual as ‘high-altitude unblended coffee, cultivated over 3,500 ft above the mean sea level’.’
- ‘I was taught that the appropriate strategy at these inevitable moments of Blank Page Paralysis is a couple of shots of good unblended Scotch followed by resolute persistence in composing.’
- ‘They are unblended teas, meaning that these teas feature the leaves only and no other additives.’
- ‘There are several red La Boca varietals about but, unsurprisingly, this smooth, juicy, raspberry and blackberry-stacked unblended malbec, the country's finest red grape, is the best.’
- ‘The other painting style was called ‘rough,’ where an artist used bold, unblended brushstrokes.’
- ‘The Staatskapelle Dresden's sound, on the other hand, is surprisingly unblended.’
- ‘Fristam, for its part, will soon introduce a new shear blender with a rotor-stator system that eliminates any unblended product.’
- ‘The present way that China does it is a straight unblended flux cigarette which is very harsh.’
- ‘It was yet another occasion for him to do what he loves best about the job: keep tasting those unblended and reserve nectars of the grape gods!’
- ‘The sales of unblended champagnes and single barrel malt whiskies are increasing yearly.’
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