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Whiskies

  • J. R. Piggott
  • J. M. Conner

Abstract

Scotch whisky is the best-selling spirit drink in the world, with Scotch, North American and other whiskies taking 17, 12 and 6%, respectively, of the market in 1993 (International Drinks Bulletin, 1994).

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European Union Ethyl Carbamate Beverage Production Diastatic Power Batch Distillation 
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