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Let's start with what makes Green Label unique: it's a vatted malt. Whereas anything labeled a "blended scotch" is a blend of grain whisky and single-malt whisky (the nuances of this designation are better clarified elsewhere), Green Label is just a straight-up combination of single malt whiskies. And, it's age-stated at 15 years, so you know what you're getting. Even the pricier Gold Label Reserve and Blue Label don't have that bragging right.Hell, even the packaging tells you the four malts they're using for the blend: Caol Ila, Talisker, Linkwood, and Cragganmore. The first two are smokey, maritime-forward blends from Scotland's outlying islands. The other two are more delicate Speyside malts: Cragganmore always strikes me as floral, and Linkwood slightly woody and fruity. There's not a stinker among these, and even the stodgiest of critics generally agree that these distilleries know their craft. 781b155fdc