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malt in Crops topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishmaltmalt /mɔːlt $ mɒːlt/ noun  1 [uncountable]TACDFD grain, usually barley, that has been kept in water for a time and then dried. It is used for making beer, whisky etc.2 [countable] American EnglishDFD a drink made from milk, malt, and ice cream that usually has something else such as chocolate added a cheeseburger and a chocolate malt3 [countable, uncountable] (also malt whisky)DFD a type of high-quality whisky from Scotland
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maltSelection of blended and malt whiskies.The comprehensive tour included barley purchase, intake, laboratory, steeping, germination, kilns and malt dispatch.Good list of wines and malt whiskies.But my attention was continually pulled toward that deep malt aroma filling the air.Smart has worked since he was 14 years old, but not like a stereotypical teen-ager earning malt and movie money.The fellowship was set up in 1977 and is sponsored by William Grant and Sons, distillers of Glenfiddich malt whisky.Our malt quality was very good which helped when 1993 contracts were being negotiated.