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whisky

a spirit made by distilling fermented cereals, which is matured and often blended
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These days, despite the weakened economy, most American whiskey makers and marketers seem to be smiling more than ever.
As a matter of fact, it appears that as a percentage of total category sales, super-premium American whiskeys have a lot of room to grow when compared to equivalent high-end tequilas and single malt Scotches.
In wine terroir can be noted field by field; such is largely not the case for American Whiskey, where the mainstay ingredients are modern GMO corn, rye and barley, farmed on a mass agricultural scale hard to imagine and then centrally batched.
The Tennessee Spirits Company, a division of Capital Brands, produces a family of premium and flavored American whiskeys.
After decades of decline, American whiskey is seeing a renaissance.
Four Roses Single Barrel and Four Roses Small Batch were the only American whiskeys to receive five-star ratings this issue.
10, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Michter's Distillery, based in Louisville, Kentucky, is releasing the 2015 bottling of its innovative American whiskey US*1 Toasted Barrel Finish Bourbon on a limited basis.
There is a cadre of American whiskeys so singular in design and composition that they defy typecasting.
Baltaire carries over 50 types of American whiskeys, ranging in price from $10 to more than $200 for a 2-oz.

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