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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

schoolboy scotch

slang A combination of codeine and hard liquor, especially Scotch whiskey. Three people from school have already been hospitalized from OD'ing on that schoolboy scotch!
See also: schoolboy, 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
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schoolboy Scotch

n. wine. Give me a pint of that schoolboy Scotch.
See also: schoolboy, scotch
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Even the slightest variance in smell, texture, color or taste will set off alarm bells in the consumer sector which prizes reliability in blended Scotches above all else.
Things are rough for the Scotch whisky business, although in 1999, there was a marginal up-tick (1.1%) in sales of the leading foreign-bottled blended Scotches that are also the best-known on-premise brands -- Dewar's, Johnnie Walker Red, J&B, Chivas Regal, Johnnie Walker Black, Cutty Sark, Grant's and Ballantine's.
Since then, Royal Salute 21 Year Old has been packaged in the unmistakable blue porcelain flagon, and has become known as one of the top ultra-premium Scotches with U.S.
bottled Scotches are declining -- and most of the premium foreign blended Scotches are declining, as well.
bottled Scotches are declining--and most of the premium foreign blended Scotches are declining, as well.
Marty Fettig, the Skyy Spirits brand director on Cutty Sark, explains that "historically, blended Scotches positioned themselves as premiums within the category.
Blends can either fight that or take a more middle-of-the-road attitude and positioning -- kind of the Budweiser of Scotches -- and that's where we're positioning Cutty Sark.