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All about Whiskey

Whiskey that comes from U.S.A. and Republic of Ireland is spelled with an "e." While the liquor from somewhere else in the globe—like Japan—is spelled "whisky” no “e” and can be usually split into two distinct classifications: blended and straight Blended whiskeys contain a multiple of whiskey products from diverse distillers from different periods with different flavorings.

Straight whiskey or single-malt whiskey on the other hand includes whiskey from a single distillery using a single malted grain.

Types of Whiskeys

In US, there are 3 types of whiskeys Bourbon, Rye whiskey and Tennessee whiskey, with its own purification procedure, components, and flavor with Bourbon being sweet and aged for at least two years in oak barrels and contains at least 51 percent corn in its "mash with its the blend of grains that make the whiskey. Rye whiskey, which is also usually aged in oak barrels AND it must contain at least 51 percent rye mash. Tennessee whiskey is also aged in oak barrels for least two years, and must contains at least 51 percent corn, but this liquor is made specifically in Tennessee and have to go through with what's called the Lincoln County Process, which is filtering process using sugar maple charcoal.

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