Whisky, produced in many countries today, was originally distilled in Scotland (perhaps Ireland, the debate is never ending) for the first time. During the great migration wave from Europe to America, this beloved spirit was also brought along. But soon, whisky lovers realised the steep cost of transporting it, which eventually resulted in whisky being distilled locally around the world.

Here the world’s favourite fermented beverage by regions:

American

American

Unlike the complex rules for making bourbon or Scotch, there is just one law for Canadian whisky distillers to follow: Their whisky must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada.
Canadian

Canadian

Unlike the complex rules for making bourbon or Scotch, there is just one law for Canadian whisky distillers to follow: Their whisky must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada.
Indian

Indian

Unlike the complex rules for making bourbon or Scotch, there is just one law for Canadian whisky distillers to follow: Their whisky must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada.
Irish

Irish

Unlike the complex rules for making bourbon or Scotch, there is just one law for Canadian whisky distillers to follow: Their whisky must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada.
Japanese

Japanese

Unlike the complex rules for making bourbon or Scotch, there is just one law for Canadian whisky distillers to follow: Their whisky must be fermented, distilled and aged in Canada.