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I add the unclear parts, thanks for your help

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At 0.04 ______ have been making whiskey

He says scotch? Or a name – Scott?


At 0.12 so that every __1 word___, be it _1 word___ malt, blend or liqueur ____ a small glass and its own rate.

I think on the 3 gap it's "has" and not "as" right? It doesn't make sense he says "as".


At 0:41 producing the sugars that _____ to alcohol

He says- return?


At 1.04 hot water in a mash tun to create ____ ______________ liquid

The first word in this gap is unclear, then he says "a sugary known alcohol ?


At 1.42 the second still into the spirit safe, which is kept _1 word?____ __some words?________ Customs and Exercise to make sure


At 2.54 Is ready and fit for finishing and _1 word____


At 3.15 range of flavours and characteristics _______ __ from region to region.

He says "produce and can vary"?


At 3.57 a bit of a connoisseur, the ____ spirit


At 4.06 one word I have no idea

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At 0.04 Scots have been making whisky

(Scots = Scottish people)

At 0.12 so that every dram, be it single malt, blend or liqueur is a small glass of history in its own right

At 0:41 producing the sugars that will turn to alcohol

At 1.04 hot water in a mash tun to create wort, a sugary non-alcoholic liquid

At 1.42 the second still into the spirit safe, which is kept locked, courtesy of Customs and Excise, to make sure

At 2.54 is ready and fit for finishing and bottling

At 3.15 range of flavours and characteristics produced, and which vary from region to region

At 3.57 a bit of a connoisseur, this fine spirit

At 4.06 Sláinte!

(Gaelic word for "Cheers!" or "Good health!")

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At 0.04 Scots have been making whisky

(Scots = Scottish people)

At 0.12 so that every dram, be it single malt, blend or liqueur is a small glass of history in its own right

At 0:41 producing the sugars that will turn to alcohol

At 1.04 hot water in a mash tun to create wort, a sugary non-alcoholic liquid

At 1.42 the second still into the spirit safe, which is kept locked, courtesy of Customs and Excise, to make sure

At 2.54 is ready and fit for finishing and bottling

At 3.15 range of flavours and characteristics produced, and which vary from region to region

At 3.57 a bit of a connoisseur, this fine spirit

At 4.06 Sláinte!

(Gaelic word for "Cheers!" or "Good health!")

Thanks, it so different from American English, apperciate your help