Whiskey brands in Kenya & their prices

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blended scotch whisky | 40%
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single malt | 40%
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single malt | 46%
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single malt | 40%
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# Brand Country of Origin
 1
  Jack Daniels United States
 2
  Glenfiddich Scotland
 3
  Glenlivet Scotland
 4
  Glenmorangie Scotland
 5
  Johnnie Walker Scotland
 6
  Chivas Regal Scotland
 7
  Singleton Scotland
 8
  Jameson Ireland
 9
  Jim Beam United States
 10
  Ballantines Scotland
 11
  Famous Grouse Scotland
 12
  Macallan Scotland
 13
  Jura Scotland
 14
  Talisker Scotland
 15
  Auchetoshan Scotland
 16
  Aberlour Scotland
 17
  Balvenie Scotland
 18
  Caol Ila Scotland
 19
  Laphroaig Scotland
 20
  Grant's Scotland
 21
  Black & White Scotland
 22
  Passport Scotch Scotland
 23
  Cardhu Scotland
 24
  Yamazaki Japan
 25
  Cragganmore Scotland
 26
  Highland Park Scotland
 27
  Lagavulin Scotland
 28
  Glenrothes Scotland
 29
  Ardmore Scotland
 30
  Dalwhinnie Scotland
 31
  Oban Scotland
 32
  Bowmore Scotland
 33
  Maker's Mark United States
 34
  Virginia Black United States
 35
  Wild Turkey United States
 36
  Cutty Sark Scotland
 37
  Dewar's Scotland
 38
  Best Whisky Scotland
 39
  Bond 7 Scotland
 40
  Glenkinchie Scotland
 41
  Teacher's Scotland
 42
  VAT 69 Scotland
 43
  Whyte & Mackay Scotland
 44
  Woodford Reserve United States
 45
  Tullamore Ireland
 46
  William Lawson Scotland
 47
  Nikka Japan
 48
  Hakushu Japan
 49
  Hibiki Japan
 50
  Chita Japan
 51
  Iwai Japan
 52
  Suntory Japan
 53
  Monkey Shoulder United States
 54
  Canadian Club Canada
 55
  Teeling Whiskey Ireland
 56
  Powers Ireland
 57
  Bushmills Ireland
 58
  Dimple Scotland
 59
  GlenGrant Scotland
 60
  Glen Silvers Scotland
 61
  Knob Creek United States
 62
  Benchmark United States
 63
  Four Roses United States
 64
  Ardbeg Scotland
 65
  Aberfeldy Scotland
 66
  Bulleit Bourbon United States
 67
  Dalmore Scotland
 68
  Glengoyne Scotland
 69
  Crown Royal Canada
 70
  Sir Edwards Scotland
 71
  Bruichladdich Scotland
 72
  Scapa Scotland
 73
  Kamiki Japan
 74
  Rampur India
 75
  Harrington Scotland
 76
  Buffalo Trace United States
 77
  Eagle Rare Bourbon United States
 78
  Smokehead Scotland
 79
  Omar Taiwan
 80
  Old Smuggler Scotland
 81
  Marshall's United States
 82
  Glen Turner Scotland
 83
  Glencadam Scotland
 84
  Old Pulteney Scotland
 85
  Speyburn Scotland
 86
  Grand Old Parr Scotland
 87
  Paddy Ireland
 88
  Bunnahabhain Scotland
 89
  Sazerac United States
 90
  Amrut India
 91
  Clynelish Scotland
 92
  Gold Bar United States
 93
  Mars maltage Japan
 94
  Kurayoshi Japan
 95
  Connemara Ireland
 96
  Early Times United States
 97
  Lombard Scotland
 98
  Compass Box Scotland
 99
  Glen Deveron Scotland
 100
  Shackleton Malt Scotland
 101
  Miyagikyo Japan
 102
  Glen Moray Scotland
 103
  Blantons United States
 104
  Ledaig Scotland
 105
  Copper Dog Scotland
 106
  Sexton Ireland
 107
  Akashi Japan
 108
  Islay Scotland
 109
  White Horse Scotland
 110
  Claymore Scotland
 111
  Taylor United States
 112
  1792 Bourbon United States
 113
  Willett Pot Still United States
 114
  Glenfarclas Scotland
 115
  Tullibardine Scotland
 116
  Wild Geese Ireland
 117
  Tomintoul Scotland
 118
  Kirin Fuji Sanroku Japan
 119
  Buchanans Scotland
 120
  Knockado Scotland
 121
  Bells Scotland
 122
  West Cork Ireland
 123
  Lauders Scotland
 124
  Mortlach Scotland
 125
  Midleton Ireland
 126
  Scottish Leader Scotland
 127
  Scots Gold Scotland
 128
  John Barr Scotland
 129
  Canmore Scotland
 130
  J&B Scotland
 131
  Strathisla Scotland
 132
  Aultmore Scotland
 133
  John Bannerman Scotland
 134
  Green Spot Ireland
 135
  Kura Japan

Whisky Delivery Nairobi

Whiskey is a complex category of alcohol made from fermentation of grains and then aged in oak casks. There are different methods involved, different grains used and different aging period which give rise to different types of whisky in Kenya. In Ireland and United States they spell it as “whiskey” while in any other country apart from two named countries above it is called "whisky". In other words, the "e" explains the country from which the whisky is produced.


The following are the major categories of whiskies which are derived from the country where the whisky is produced, the grains used in the production and the method of production utilized


Types Of Whisky In Kenya

  • Single Malt whisky
  • Blended scotch whisky
  • Irish whiskey
  • Bourbon whiskey
  • Tennessee whiskey
  • Japanese whisky
  • Canadian whisky
  • Indian whisky

The biggest whisky production country is Scotland though Ireland claims to be the first one to produce whiskey. They actually called it “holy water” to show how important the drink was to them. Scotland is divided into six whisky producing regions and each region produces whisky with a unique taste and aroma depending on the region. The six regions are Islay, Lowlands, Speyside, Highlands, Campbeltown and Islands. There are two schools of thoughts when it comes to whisky production;

  • Age matters
  • Age doesn’t matter

Most of the famous distilleries like Chivas are on the side that age matters. They classify their drinks according to age by labeling the bottle with the number of years of the youngest whisky in the blend. They actually claim you should check the age of the bottle to judge on the quality. Other distilleries like Macallan are on the other side of age doesn’t matter and they have even gone to the extent of labeling their youngest whiskies with different names instead of years to cater for the market of those people who are not interested on the age but the whisky itself. The truth of the matter is, the older the whisky ages in the cask before bottling the more the water evaporates leaving the dark-colored concentrated whisky behind. At the same time, the more time the whisky spends in the oak casks the more it gains flavors from that particular cask. To spice up the flavors, some whiskies are aged in different casks. Old whiskies which are above 25 years are very rare and very expensive at the same time. The high prices are justified by the patience during maturity, the expertise required in the production and the reduction in volume due to evaporation.


Scotch Whisky

All scotch whisky must have been distilled and mature in oak barrels for a period not less than 3 years in Scotland. The whisky must be made of yeast, water and barley or other grains like maize and wheat. The barley could be malted or not. If a whisky is made from unmalted barley or other grain it is called grain whisky. This type of whisky is rarely sold by its own, rather it used to blend other scotch whisky so as to standardize the quality and the flavours. Scotch whiskies are sold as two main categories: blended scotch whisky and single malt whisky.


Blended scotch whisky

There happens to be two types of blending that happens with this scotch whisky. First you can blend a grain whisky with a malt whisky to improves its taste and flavours because grain whiskies are known to be of low quality taste. The second blending is the happens between malt whiskies of different distilleries of which are of different ages. Blending was introduced in the 19th century when it was realised that the flavours of whisky were too strong to be enjoyed on daily drinking.

The blending was mainly aimed at achieving a mild flavour and improving the quality of the whisky to be more constant because the quality of the whisky was questionable. After blending the whiskies, the bottle is labelled with the age of the youngest whisky in the blend. A very old whisky must be included in the blend to ensure that the taste of the whisky is appreciated. For example Johnnie Walker Black Label is labelled as 12 years old but in the blend which comprises of 40 different malt whiskies the oldest one is 50 years old. This has significantly contributed to the superior taste of the drink. There are several famous whisky brands categorised as blended scotch whisky like Chivas Regal, Johnnie Walker, Famous Grouse etc.


Single Malt Whisky

This is a whisky that is made out of malted barley and is produced from a single distillery without being blended with whiskies from other distilleries. The whisky bears the specific and unique taste which is the trademark of the distillery. To increase the flavours and also improve the taste, some of the single malt whiskies are blended with other single malt whiskies from the same distillery. The single malt whisky have a unique taste because they are particular to the six Scotland’s regions from which they are produced in. The youngest single malt whiskies must be 8 or 10 years and they go all the way to 60 years. The older the single malt whisky, the stronger the smell and taste but at the same time, the more the price. Actually, you will notice the age of the whiskies depending on it’s smoothness. Single malt whiskies are regarded as the best whiskies, however, a quality blended whisky can be more richer in flavours and taste than a young single malt. Famous brands that fall under this category include Glenfiddich, Glenmorangie, Glenlivet, Jura, Singleton, Talisker, Oban, Macallan, Aberlour etc.


Tennessee and Bourbon Whiskeys

These whiskies are produced in America and the rules are that they must be made of at least 51% corn and then aged for at least six years. In their maturation, they utilise new charred oak barrels. This gives the drink a sweet full bodied taste. American whiskeys are categorised as Bourbon whiskey and Tennessee whiskey. The difference between the two is only that Tennessee whiskeys must be filtered through charcoal plus their maturation is gauged through taste, smell and the color. This method was the one that was use by the founder of the distiller Jack Daniel himself and up to today it is still utilized as his legacy. Someone asked me if Tennessee whiskeys are bourbon whiskeys and yes they are bourbon whiskeys because they meet all the conditions required for bourbon whiskeys. Famous brands under this category include Jack Daniel’s, Jim Beam, Monkey Shoulder, Woodford Reserve, Maker’s Mark, Bulleit Bourbon, Wild Turkey and Virginia Black.


Irish whiskeys

These category of whiskeys is produced in Ireland. Ireland claims to be the first one to produce whiskey. They have actually baptized it as "holy water" to mean it was very important to them. It is made from malted whiskeys which is half barley and half oats. These whiskeys are neither smoky nor sweet but they have a flavour of their own. This is because the grains are after germination they are dried on peat fires but the smoke is not let to come into contact with the grains. Famous brands in this category include Jameson, Tullamore Dew, The powers, Bushmills and Teeling whiskeys.


Some other category of whisky worth mentioning are Canadian Whisky, Japanese whisky and Indian Whisky. Categories of whiskeys are so many when you do the sub-division according to the production process, country of production and the grain used in production. However, there is something to smile because Nairobi Drinks stocks all these types of whiskeys. Nairobi Drinks is the leading online whiskey store in Kenya. The following are the main reasons you should consider online liquor store for all your alcohol needs ;

  • Free drinks delivery in Nairobi – we don’t charge for the service of online liquor delivery services
  • varieties of drinks – there are varieties of drinks to conquer your thirst
  • Flexible means of payment – Mpesa, Till Number, Visa Card, Master Card and Cash on Delivery
  • Flexible means of order – Social media, Text, Whatsapp, Call, Email and Shopping Cart.
  • No minimum order – we even deliver a single bottle.
  • Discounted prices – we offer a very competitive price on drinks delivery Nairobi
  • Genuine drinks – Nairobi Drinks sells only genuine drinks from as we get our drinks from genuine suppliers


Visit our websites to enjoy wide variety whiskeys. To place an order or to make an inquiry call 0714798820. Keep it #NairobiDrinks. Cheers!

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