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Types of Whiskey Brands

Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey
Bourbon and Tennessee Whiskey

Tennessee Whiskey is very similar to Bourbon, though some are perceived as being mellower than other whiskies due to filtering through charcoal. Scotch is essentially whisky produced in Scotland. If it's not from Scotland, it's NOT Scotch. Bourbon and Tennessee whiskies are from USA.

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Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old
Bunnahabhain 18 Year Old

In what will be seen as a positive move to whisky connoisseurs, Bunnahabhain have decided to bottle the 18 year old without chill-filtration and without colouring.

Corn Whiskey
Corn Whiskey

Corn Whiskey American Whiskey Corn whiskey – a spirit with a corn content of over 80% – is a liquid time machine taking us back to where it all began, back in the days when poor American farmers took the cheapest raw material they had – corn – and turned it into whiskey.

Glenkinchie 1991 Distillers Edition
Glenkinchie 1991 Distillers Edition

The Whisky Exchange is the registered trademark of Speciality Drinks Limited. Registered in England and Wales (Company No. 4449145). Registered Office: Elixir House, Whitby Avenue, Park Royal, London NW10 7SF, UK.

Grain Whisky
Grain Whisky

Grain Scotch Whisky. Single malts get the headlines, but they almost certainly wouldn’t exist without grain whisky – essential to the creation of the blended Scotch brands which are the backbone of the industry. The vast majority of grain whisky goes into blends, but there are a small (and growing) number of specialist grain bottlings.

Highland Park 18 Year Old
Highland Park 18 Year Old

Highland Park's 18 Year Old enjoyed a redesign in 2017, receiving livery inspired by the wood carvings from Urnes Stave Church and a new sub-name, "Viking Pride". The Orkney single malt remains the same as before - rich, complex and supremely delicious.

Malt Whisky
Malt Whisky

Quickly find the Single Malt Whisky brand you’re looking for with our complete A to Z list

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Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old
Royal Lochnagar 12 Year Old

This 12 year old was distillery at the Lochnagar distillery, once visited by Queen Victoria when she was staying at nearby Balmoral.

Rye Whiskey
Rye Whiskey

Just a few terms to get: Straight Rye Whiskey can’t be color corrected; Barrel Proof means it isn’t watered down to the typical 40% ABV, and Single Barrel means exactly what it sounds like—whiskey bottled from one barrel, rather than blended, meaning it sustains all the characteristics of that particular barrel.

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Scapa 16 Year Old the Orcadian
Scapa 16 Year Old the Orcadian

The initially controversial 16yo official expression of Scapa is now winning people round with a jump in quality after a few wobbly years following the rapid transition from the much-loved 12yo via the short-lived 14yo. Orkney's less shouted about (but still lovely in its own way) malt whisky has found its feet.

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Single Pot Still Whiskey
Single Pot Still Whiskey

Single pot still whiskey is a style of Irish whiskey made by a single distillery from a mixed mash of malted and unmalted barley distilled in a pot still. Somewhat similar to single malt whiskey, the style was defined by its inclusion of unmalted raw barley in the mash in addition to malt.

Springbank 10 Year Old 100 Proof Campbeltown
Springbank 10 Year Old 100 Proof Campbeltown

Bottled at 100 proof (57% abv), a superb 10 year old from Springbank, released in March of 2004. Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt The nose is crisp with a superb clarity and depth.

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The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 Year Old
The Balvenie DoubleWood 12 Year Old

The whiskey reviewing duo known as Whiskey Noobs reviews The Balvenie Doublewood 12 Year Old Scotch in their latest article.

The Macallan Cask Strength
The Macallan Cask Strength

More from The Macallan Single Malt Scotch Whisky. ... Submit Spirit Brand Information; ... Don't lose track of The Macallan Cask Strength!

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The Traditional Countries
The Traditional Countries

The brand has introduced new label and bottle to reflect the Mad Men era. 3. Jameson Irish. Jameson Irish is a blended whiskey produced by Irish Distillers. The company was established in 1780. In 2013 the brand sales topped by selling 4m cases (48 million bottles). Jameson is the best selling Irish whiskey in the world.

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Whiskey From the New World
Whiskey From the New World

Rounding out the best scotch whiskey list with this great scotch whiskey brand. This scotch features a robust texture and flavor. Best Whiskey brands in the world. There is life for whiskey outside of the USA and Scotland. These are the best brands of whiskey that are made outside of the borders of those two great whiskey making nations.

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