A combination of two or more spirits. In the United States, a blended whiskey must contain at least 20% straight whiskey or a blend of straight whiskeys, while the remainder can consist of non-straight whiskey, neutral spirits, or both. In Ireland, a blended whiskey is a mixture of any two or more of the styles of malt, pot still, and grain whiskey. In Scotland, blended whisky is a mixture of whiskies from different distilleries, typically using both malt and grain whiskies. Blended malt whisky mixes single malts from a number of distilleries, while blended grain whisky mixes single grains from a number of distilleries.