American Single Malt
The term “single malt” typically means that the spirit has been distilled entirely at one distillery.
Over the past decade, the popularity of American Single Malt Whiskey has grown considerably among whiskey connoisseurs around the world. Definitions or qualifications have yet to be officially determined.
Can be made anywhere in the United States
Although there is no standard of identity, most American Single Malts have a mash bill of at least 51% malted grain (barley, corn or wheat).