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The Manual: 11 single malt whiskies that aren’t Scotch (but are still great)

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Santa Fe Colkegan Single Malt Whiskey (USA)

With a name like Colkegan, you might assume this whiskey was from Ireland or Scotland, but it’s actually from New Mexico. While peat-smoked whiskies are very popular in Scotland, Santa Fe decided to give their single malt a bit of an American feel by smoking its malt with mesquite. The result is a complex sipper with notes of vanilla, caramel, dried fruits, and enveloping mesquite smoke.

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