Whiskey, Whisky & Scotch Selection
Red Label, Black Label, Double Black, Gold Label
Single Barrel, Rye, Small Batch
Seven Crown Whiskey (American), VO
Maker's Mark, 46
Rye, Black Double Aged
What is the difference between Scotch, Whiskey and Whisky?
There is a lot of confusion as to what the difference between scotch, whiskey and whisky is...
Here's the low-down:
Scotch is essentially the distillate of what would be a beer made and aged in Scotland.
Whiskey and whisky are both the same thing with one difference, the country they are made in.
If a libation is called whiskey, with an "e", it's made in a country with an "e" in the name. America, Ireland, etc... all use the Whiskey name. Countries with no "e" in the name use the Whisky name. Canada, Japan etc... no "e" in the name, no "e" in whiskey.
Bourbon is something else all together...
Bourbon is a whiskey made in the US, aged in new charred oak barrels.
It also must be made with at least 51% corn liquor.