Whisky brands from around the world
Often termed as a gentleman’s drink, there’s more to whisky than its smoothness, rich flavours and fine taste. From Scotland’s famous Scotch Whisky to America’s Bourbon Whiskey, each country has its own set of regulations for producing their whiskies. For an avid whisky lover, it won’t be difficult to differentiate between a whiskey and whisky and how they are different from each other. Let us have a look at different types of whisky or whiskey from across the world and what makes them distinct from each other.
Americans love their whiskey and produce the drink all across the country. From Washington to Virginia, from sweet Tennessee whiskies to spicy rye and unaged corn, Americans use a range of of grains in whiskey production.
India is a huge whisky-drinking nation – in fact, the country leads the way when it comes to bare consumption figures – however, nearly all the domestic ‘whisky’ produced in India is dominated by molasses-derived spirits.
Like everything else, where it comes to whiskey, no one can beat the Japanese at refining the drink to its minutest details. Japanese whisky is modeled like the Scotch tradition - double distilling malted and/or peated barley - before it's aged in barrels.
Type of Whisky
Originally invented in Mainland Europe, whisky or whiskey today is produced in many countries. From Single Malt and Blended Scotch to Bourbon and Rye, there are a plethora of whisky/whiskey options available in the market. But what truly defines the character of a good whisky/whiskey is the ingredient it is made of. Let us delve deeper into it and have a look at different types of whisky or whiskey available in the market.
Blended Scotch Whiskey
Single Malt Whiskey
Single Malt Scotch Whiskey
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