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whisky

a spirit made by distilling fermented cereals, which is matured and often blended
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Department of Agriculture, featured a presentation on the history and unique production process of American Whiskeys.
Being able to guess how long the current boom for American whiskey will last and stocking up inventories, he says, is "like throwing a dart at a wall.
After Prohibition, which devastated the American whiskey trade, Jews were instrumental in rebuilding the industry, says Noah Rothbaum, a liquor expert and the author of The Art of American Whiskey.
American whiskey geeks and mixologists are starting to appreciate rye's spicy dryness, and that segment is small but growing.
Bourbons were readily differentiated from Tennessee and other American whiskeys, but were not well separated from rye whiskeys, many of which were produced at distilleries which also make bourbon whiskeys.
Over the last year, Diageo s momentum in American Whiskey has accelerated with both flagship and new-to-world brands.
Typically, prices for limited-edition American whiskeys topped out at a few hundred dollars per bottle, though Michter's does offer a 20-year-old bourbon that sells for $600 a bottle and a 25-year-old whiskey that retails for up to $700 a bottle.
So, how are American whiskeys different from Scotch?
Last year, Wild Turkey entered South Africa, where a booming economy and a growing urban, black middle class have fuelled demand for American whiskey.
American whiskeys possess vivacious personalities that are universally appealing; yet by nature, Bourbons are understated, preferring rather to saunter through life without pretense or conceit.

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