Is whisky from Scotland?


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2011-08-03 20:12:49
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Scotch whisky is from Scotland.

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Scotch whisky is whisky distilled in Scotland, usually from malted barley.

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First, let's clarify something: Scotch is a type of whisky, but not all whisky is Scotch. To be Scotch, it must be produced in Scotland according to certain specific guidelines. You can follow those exact same guidelines in some other country and produce whisky, but it won't be Scotch. You can produce a liquor in Scotland, but unless it follows the guidelines, it also won't be Scotch. That said, Johnnie Walker is a Scotch whisky.

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