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out of all scotch and notch

Immeasurable; limitless. "Scotches" and "notches" are boundaries drawn in the game of hopscotch. My love for my husband is truly out of all scotch and notch.
See also: all, and, notch, of, out, scotch

Scotch mist

A thick mist and drizzling rain, as is common in some parts of Scotland and England. Primarily heard in UK. I hope you brought your umbrella today, because we'll be walking in a Scotch mist.
See also: mist, scotch

schoolboy Scotch

n. wine. Give me a pint of that schoolboy Scotch.
See also: schoolboy, scotch
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During the tasting, Trykowski said mixing the scotch whisky with ice helped to bond the atoms together, allowing the drinker to get more texture.
So add Scotch Lamb to your shopping list and look out for the PGI logo, which not only offers exceptional flavour, but a guarantee of provenance, quality and traceability.
Geographical segmentation and analysis of the global scotch whiskey market
Although global exports of Scotch Whisky were down 4% in the second half of 2014, this was an improvement compared to the first six months when exports declined 11% in value compared to the same period in 2013.
Chilling reduces the aroma of the Scotch, hiding many of the subtle flavors, and can leave even a beautiful Scotch tasting flat and overly sweet.
Tastes from this region include salt and peat, and the Scotch is medium- to full-bodied.
Pernod Ricard USA's distinguished Scotch portfolio includes:
The SWA applied for Geographical Indication of Origin status in 2007, which would require all products labelled as Scotch whisky to have come from Scotland and although some progress has been made since then, it has never been agreed by the Chinese government.
The total volume of Scotch whisky shipped overseas also rose by 3%, the equivalent of an extra 14 million bottles leaving Scotland compared with the first half of 2003.
The Scotch pine I had grown up around were crooked because of the seeds they grew from.
The release of The MacTarnahan Single Malt Scotch marks the first time that an American craft brewery has imported a scotch whiskey under its own label.
The counterfeit brands have been eating into Scotland's pounds 2billion export market in genuine Scotch - particularly in the Far East - and the industry has decided to get tough on the cheats.
At these kinds of prices, Solera and Ancient Reserve won't be for everybody, but then scotch is not a taste at home on every palate, acknowledges Gordon, a member of the fifth generation of the Grant family.
First-of-its-kind Scotch Magic Eco-Friendly Tape, Same Great Adhesive Strength as the Original
Exports of Scotch Whisky remain strong in 2013, with demand for Single Malt increasing, the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) revealed on Friday.