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Blended American whiskey is just that: a blend of different types of whiskeys that usually doesn't advertise its age. That is reasonable because any blended American whiskey that does display
Pure pot still whiskey is unique to Ireland, and is so called because it is whiskey produced from spirits that are distilled in and taken from a pot still. Pure pot still whiskey resembles single malt whiskey.
Blended Irish whiskey comes in different types that tell a lot about how they were made but were all distilled in Ireland. There are a few different types of Irish whiskey, but there are only four major distilleries in Ireland that make all.
Just hearing the words bourbon whiskey inspires a sense of all things American, and for good reason. The United States Congress declared in a 1964 resolution that bourbon whiskey is a clear distinctive product of the United States.
The connection between food and alcohol is a common one, and the most frequent advice given is related to wine and food. There are many ways that whiskey complements food, as well, not only in regard to cooking, but also in the sipping.
Scotch Whisky has been known to be distilled in Scotland since 1494, and today it is still made in much the same way and with the same ingredients as it was then. Few ingredients are used to make Scotch Whisky, Barley (and sometimes other grains).
Single grain whiskey is one that has been manufactured from only one type of malted grain and has been distilled in one certain distillery. Traditionally, single grain whiskey is made from barley cultivated in near proximity to the distillery of prod
Whiskey is popular all around the world, but American whiskey is made and consumed more than any other type. American whiskey is not a single type of whiskey because there are many types.