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Whisky or whiskey ?

Whisky "on the rocks" (with ice). Whisky or whiskey ?. Mate Baraka. Whisky or whiskey ?. The spelling  whisky  is generally used in Canada, Japan, Scotland, England, and Wales while  whiskey  is more common in Ireland and the United States. Origin.

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Whisky or whiskey ?

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  1. Whisky "on the rocks" (with ice). Whisky or whiskey? Mate Baraka

  2. Whisky or whiskey? • The spelling whisky is generally used in Canada, Japan, Scotland, England, and Waleswhile whiskey is more common in Ireland and the United States.

  3. Origin • Irish whiskey-word whiskey comesfrom  Gaelic word uisce beatha, meaning water of life. • Asian monks probably brought the production of alcohol to Irelanda thousand years ago. But first record of produced whiskey dates from 1405., Ireland.

  4. Whisky or whiskey is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash.

  5.  Different grains are used for different varieties, including  • barley, • malted barley,  • rye, • maltedrye, • corn  • heat buckwheat.

  6. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, made generally of charred white oak.

  7. Production Distillation • A still for making whisky is usually made of copper. • Modern stills are made of stainless steel with copper innards. • The simplest standard distillation apparatus is a pot still, consisting of a single heated chamber and a vessel to collect purified alcohol.

  8. Aging • Whiskies do not mature in the bottle, only in the cask, so the "age" of a whisky is only the time between distillation and bottling.

  9. Typesofwhisky • Malt whisky is made primarily from malted barley. • Grain whisky is made from any type of grains. Malts and grains are combined in various ways: • Single malt whisky is whisky from a single distillery made from a mash that uses only one particular malted grain. • Blended malt whisky is a mixture of single malt whiskies from different distilleries. • Blended whisky is made from a mixture of different types of whisky.

  10. Cask strength (also known as barrel proof) whiskies are rare, and usually only the very best whiskies are bottled in this way.They are bottled from the cask undiluted or only lightly diluted. Single cask (also known as single barrel) whiskies are bottled from an individual cask, and often the bottles are labelled with specific barrel and bottle numbers.

  11. Famousbrandsofwhisky

  12. Most selling whiskey brand in the world • 10. Ballantine’s • 9. Imperial Blue • 8. Jack Daniel’s • 7. Original Choice • 6. Old Tavern • 5.  Royal Stag • 4. Bagpiper • 3. McDowell’s No.1 • 2. Officer’s Choice.......

  13. And the most selling whiskey... And most famous... I LIKE IT THE MOST!!!!

  14. BEST SELLER N 1 !! Johnnie Walker !!!!

  15. I HOPE YOU Enjoyed !! THE END !!!! :D

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