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Not all rye whiskey is the same. There are two different types of rye whiskey, American rye whiskey and Canadian rye whiskey. Although they share a common name, the requirements and process of development of each product are unique.
Single malt distilleries implement the traditional method of using a pot to make single malt whiskey that has been used for centuries. There are varying constraints that are placed on the production of single malt whiskey.
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
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.
Spirit whiskey comes in many varieties and is a very popular drink to produce and purchase all over the world. Spirit whiskey can come from many different ingredients and mixtures and is produced in many countries.
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.
Tennessee whiskey is one of the great American classic spirits. Under NAFTA, Tennessee whiskey is legally defined as “a straight Bourbon Whiskey authorized to be produced only in the State of Tennessee”.
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).