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Whiskey - a name derived from the Irish-language phrase for “water of life”  is among the most popular alcoholic beverages worldwide. Though there are many varieties, Scotch and bourbon are the most consumed.


Bourbon whiskey, or bourbon, is primarily made from corn mash. It’s only produced in the United States and, according to U.S. regulations, must be made from a grain mash that is at least 51% corn and aged in new, charred oak containers. There is no minimum period for bourbon whiskey to be aged, but any variety aged for less than four years must have the age stated on the label. That said, for a product to be called straight bourbon, it must be aged for at least two years. Bourbon whiskey is distilled and bottled at a minimum of 40% alcohol (80 proof). George Remus Mac Bev Selection;  Old Forester 1920 Prohibition StyleWidow Jane 10 yrWillett Pot Still WhiskeyBardstown Discovery Series # 5


Scotch whiskey, or Scotch, is mainly made from malted barley. To bear the name, it can only be produced in Scotland. There are two main types — single malt and single grain. Single malt Scotch whiskey is made from only water and malted barley at a single distillery. Meanwhile, single grain Scotch whiskey is likewise produced at a single distillery but may contain other whole grains from malted or unmalted cereals. Unlike bourbon, which has no minimum aging period, Scotch must be aged for at least 3 years in oak containers. Once ready, the whiskey is distilled and bottled at a minimum of 40% alcohol (80 proof). The Dimple PinchDewars Founders ReserveMackinlays Shackleton; Johnnie Walker Blue Label

Single Malt

Single malt Scotch whiskey is made from only water and malted barley at a single distillery. Glenlivet 18 yrBowmore 18 yrTalisker 18 yr; Springbank 18 yrGlenlivet XXV 25 yrThe ImpEx Collection Springbank 25 yr Cask No 94Macallan 25 yr Sherry Oak


Tennessee whiskey is a type of corn whiskey made in the state of Tennessee. Corn is a grain, and thus, distilled spirits made from corns meet the definition of whiskey. While it is similar in distillation practices, aging, and flavors to bourbon. Tennessee whiskey distillers use a charcoal filtration process. Jack Daniels Single BarrelUncle Nearest 1856Heavens DoorBib & Tucker Small Batch


Irish whiskey, as the name indicates, is whiskey distilled in Ireland. Alcohol by volume must be less than 94.8 percent. Different distillers use varying grains, but all Irish whiskey must be aged for three years in wooden casks. Irish whiskey tends to be sweet and smooth because it often goes through triple distillation. Bushmills Black BushJameson Black BarrelTullamore DEW 12yr Special ReserveGreen SpotRedbreast 15 yrWaterford Single Farm Dunmore


Canadian whisky is distilled in Canada. Although Canadian whisky is primarily made from corn, people often refer to it as rye or rye whisky because some Canadian whisky does have a small amount of rye in the mash. Canadian whisky is not to be confused with rye whiskey made in the United States. In the US, distillers mash all the different types of grains together, while in Canada they mash them separately and then combine them after distilling. The whisky is also aged in a combination of new and old barrels of different types of woods to avoid overpowering flavors that might come from new barrels made of a single wood. Crown RoyalPike Creek 10 yr Rum Barrel FinishStalk & Barrel Canadian Red


American rye whiskey is made from corn and rye, with at least 51 percent of the grain being rye. It is primarily distilled in Kentucky. It is aged in new American charred oak barrels. Michters Single Barrel RyeWillett 4 yr RyeWhistlePig Roadstock RyeAngels Envy RyeProof and Wood Presidential DramVery Olde St. Nick Ancient Cask

Japanese Whisky

Japanese whisky is a style of whisky developed and produced in Japan. Whisky production in Japan began around 1870, but the first commercial production was in 1924 upon the opening of the countrys first distillery, Yamazaki. Broadly speaking, the style of Japanese whisky is more similar to that of Scotch whisky than other major styles of whisky. Yamazaki 12yr; Matsui Sakura Cask; Tottori (Matsui) 23 yr; Kurayoshi (Matsui) Malt 25 yrs

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750ml | SKU 87863 
Grant's Whiskey
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Virginia Distillery Courage & Conviction American Single Malt Whiskey
750ml | SKU 83178  Our flagship American Single Malt whisky is a combination of our passion for our home in Virginia and our dream to redefine American whisky.