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Is there a difference between whiskey and scotch?

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The term whiskey refers to any liquor distilled from a mash of fermented grains. Scotch is a type of whiskey distilled in Scotland.

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Tips for Drinking Whiskey
Whiskey is a wonderful and rich spririt which is much loved by men and women all over the world.
If you're new to whiskey drinking, here are some tips to help you get started.
1. Be selective with the kind of whiskey you drink. This is one of those things where you usually can't get away with buying a cheap brand.
2. Drink out of a good glass - preferably a whiskey tumbler. It sounds crazy but the type of glass you drink from will affect the taste of the whiskey.
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How cool is that! Here is a link to a whiskey collectors forum. You can post about it there. You can probably find a buyer there, or at least someone to appraise it and tell you what it's worth.

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There are both positive and negative effects to the whiskey by adding either water or ice.

Adding nothing - many whisky drinkers are adamant that adding anything to your whiskey takes away from the natural form of the product, damaging its unique characteristics.

Adding water - by adding a few drops of water to a glass of whiskey, you can open up subtle flavors within the whiskey that if you had drunk neat, you may have never experienced.

Adding ice - I do not recommend adding ice to your whisky. Ice will cause the temperature of the whisky to drop rapidly causing the taste to become dull.

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How is whiskey made?


Whiskey making is a very complicated process to explain for a beverage made using only three ingredients - water, barley and yeast. Traditionally, there are 5 stages used in the process of making whiskey - malting, mashing, fermenting, distilling and maturing. Please visit the link below to learn more about the whiskey making process.

http://www.whisky-distilleries.info/Fabrication_EN.shtml

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Canadian whisky is made mostly of corn or wheat, with rye, barley or barley malt used as a supplement. Unlike their counterparts, Canadian whiskies are primarily aged in used oak barrels for a minimum of three years, although most are aged for 4-6 years. A very popular brand of Canadian whiskey would be Crown Royal.

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Blended scotch whiskies are a combination of single malt scotches from different distilleries in Scotland that are blended together with grain whiskies. Blended scotch whiskies may contain up to 40 single malts from varying distilleries. A popular example of a blended scotch would be Johnnie Walker.

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Single malt scotch is a type of single malt whiskey that is distilled by a single distillery in Scotland and uses malted barley as the only grain ingredient. Single malts are matured in oak casks for a minimum of three years.

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