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I"WHAT IS WHISKY?"I

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"WHAT IS WHISKY?" ROYAL COMMISSION REPORT. In its final report the Roval Commission on Whisky defines whisky as "a spirit obtained bv distillation from a mash of cereal grains sactha died by the disastase of malt." 5vo1 ch whisky" is whisky as thus defined, dir.-died in Scotland, and "Irish whisky" is wlilsky, as thus defined, distilled in Ireland. The members oi the Commission reports in favour of leaving things as they are. They are unable to recommend that the use of the A-ord whisky should be restricted to spirit manufactured by the pot-still process. It is not desirable, they say, that declara- tions should be made as to the materials, processes of. manufacture, or preparation, or age of whisky. They cannot recommend compulsory label- ling as a means of protecting the consumer of whisky. Witii regard to brandy, the conclusion of the commission is that the term brandy" is Is applicable to a potable .Sl)iiit manufactured from fermented gvape juice and from no ether materials. At the same time, they are of opinion that the compounded spirit long recognised by the name of British brandy is entitled to be so. named and sold as "British 1. brandy." ( ;•

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