American Whiskey

Let’s get this straight off the bat: all Bourbons are Whiskey, but not all Whiskey is Bourbon. To be called Bourbon, Whiskey must adhere to a set of strict rules. Most importantly, it must be produced in the United States and it must be made from a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn and matured in new and charred American white oak barrels. No colourings, flavours or other additives can be added to Bourbon and it must be bottled at 40% ABV or more.

There are few things that say 'Merica louder than Bourbon and there are many great choices available from the big names as well as many craft producers.

Then there's Rye. Starring in many classic cocktails, its been making a big comeback in the past years.  Made from at least 51 percent rye (a grass grown as a grain), Rye Whiskey is drier and less sweet than Bourbon and has a knockout blend of fruit and spice components — often with dashes of vanilla and leather thrown in — that make any Rye-based cocktail more complex.

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George Washington was a man of many talents being both a military braniac and the First President of the United States. Interestingly, he also became the largest Whiskey producer in the United States after leaving the politics.

An un-aged American Whisky is often called “white dog.”

Jack Daniels is not Bourbon.This is a common misconception. The deep smell and lasting taste of JD actually represents Tennessee Whiskey, not Bourbon.

All American Whiskey

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Wild Turkey 101
Copper Fox Rye Whisky
Bender's Rye Whiskey
Low Gap Rye
Low Gap Bourbon
Berkshire Bourbon
FEW Rye Whiskey
1792 12 Year Old
R6 Bourbon Whiskey
Lexington Bourbon
Legent Bourbon