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What is the difference between Whisky and Whisky?

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Whisky without an 'e' is scotch whisky, made in Scotland. Whiskey with an 'e' is American, Irish, Canadian and others except Japanese which has adopted the Scottish spelling.

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Scotch is whisky (also perhaps Canadian). Bourbon and Irish are whiskey


Whisky is the kind traditionally produced in Scotland, while whiskey is any other type. Whiskey is distilled in Ireland, whisky in Scotland Here is a good article explaining the difference: http://whiskeypro.tumblr.com/post/230355614/can-i-get-a-whiskey-or-whisky


The difference is that whisky is made from a distilled beer. After the distillation process, the whisky has a higher alcohol content. Read http://tastingnotesnyc.com/2013/07/11/whiskey-101-the-difference-between-rye-scotch-irish-and-bourbon-whiskeys/ if your still confused.


Yes, Bourbon is a type of whisky. Its taste difference will be imperceptible to those who do not regularly drink whisky. And likely to many that do!


The difference between a standard malt and a deluxe malt is that standard whiskey is pure alcohol. Deluxe whisky is a blended whisky that is 20 percent whiskey and 80 percent natural grain spirits.


Beer compared to spirits (which vodka and whisky/whiskey) is not distilled. Whisk(e)y can be made with one or a number of of grains, and after distillation, is aged for a certain number of years.


Single Malt whiskey is produced and bottled in one distillery and is brewed from a single type of malted barley. "Regular" scotch can be a blend of whiskeys from multiple distillers and multiple malt types.


Rum is usually stronger, but this isn't allways the case. Rum is a carribean originated drink. Whisky is a scottish invented substance.


Single malt whiskies are from a single distillery, whereas blended whiskies can come from two or more distilleries.


black label is considered better because it's an older versionthe red label is not that smooth


Whisky : Soda = 1 : 0! Whisky with soda is just wasted whisky!


Scotch whiskey is any whiskey (regardless of grain type etc.) that is made in Scotland and produced according to the Scotch Whisky Regulations. Single whiskey is whiskey that is produced anywhere in the world (unless it's Single Scotch Whisky, Single Irish Whisky etc.) and that comes from exactly one distillery. The distillery may bottle a single barrel or may mix together many different casks - as long as these all come from that one distillery, it's still "single".


Scotch whisky is from Scotland.


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


If spelled whisky (not whiskey) the i assume Scotch Whisky that is under Brittish regulation. Then Blend is any portion of grain whisky blended with malt whisky. Normally more grain than malt. It could also be a "blend malt whisky" then it is all malt whisky but from more than one dstillery.


There is NO difference. Scotch IS whisky. Scotch is a nickname for whisky made in Scotland. On every bottle of whisky made in Scotland the label says 'Scotch Whisky' rather than 'Scottish Whisky'. The word 'Scotch' simply means where the product is made i.e. Scotland. ----- Scotch is a tradename and must meet requirements for ingredients, distilling, aging and blending to be called "Scotch". Whiskey is more generic referring to any distilled drink made from grain mash, fermented and then distilled one, two or three times then stored in charred wooden barrels to "age" the whiskey and gain its brown color. In some cases the aging process is skipped as in the production of "moonshine", which techically could be called young unaged whiskey.


Scotch is a variety of whisky but all whiskies are not Scotch.


They're made pretty much in the same way but shochu is stronger compared to sake (nihonshu in Japan) but less than other spirits like Japanese whisky.


The Whisky Barrel was created in 2007.


Adelphi Whisky was created in 1826.


Blended Whisky IS Scotch. Blended Whisky is, as the name suggests, a carefully selected blend of different whiskies.


Whisky is spelled and pronounced the same in German.


Wine is made from grapes, and has a much lower alcohol content. Whiskey and other spirits are made from grains, such as corn, rice, oats, etc., and has a much higher alcohol content.


Degree proof in regarding whisky is 42.8%


A serious double whisky has 100 mL.



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