Whisky by Region

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 WHISKEY

    Hailed as a rip roaring spirit, American whiskey exemplifies textures of spice and vanilla sweetness. Made from rye, wheat, malt and barley, each of its variant boasts its own characteristics. 

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  • ARGENTINIAN WHISKEY

    With complex notes of vanilla, wild honey and toasted oak, Argentinian whisky serves as an exciting draw for whiskey enthusiasts. The popular brands include Whisky Blenders, Criadores and River Queen.

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  • BRAZILIAN WHISKEY

    Brazilian whiskey shares an uncanny resemblance with genuine Scotch. The congruence may very well be attributed to the Scotch blend, which in most cases is astonishingly 40 to 50%.

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  • BULGARIAN WHISKEY

    Bulgarian whiskeys are usually blends of multiple whiskeys with native malts. This deliberate shuffling produces distinct whiskeys that are medium bodied, with light grain and whiff of heather.

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  • BURMESE WHISKEY

    With a mix of selected Scotch malts and local grain whiskies, Burmese whiskey is often a bit pushy when it comes to sweetness-but, totally convincing on price points.

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  • CANADIAN WHISKEY

    Canada offers a wide range of whiskies. However, most Canadian Whiskies are blended multi-grain liquors with corn spirits in a large percentage. Relatively, these whiskies are lighter and smoother.Canadian whiskey is a more complex affair than it apparently seems. Despite alleged similarities with Scotch and bourbon, it is rye that helped it etch a distinct impression.

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  • DOMINICAN REPUBLICAN WHISKY

    Distilled from imported Scottish malts, Dominican whisky is usually a mild and pleasant blend with light notes of smoke and toasted nuts.

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  • INDIAN WHISKY

    This is usually a blend of malt or barley whisky, fermented molasses, and neutral spirits. It is commonly rich, sweet and piquant on the palate, with a lingering, spicy finish.

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  • IRISH WHISKEY

    Irish whiskey is the rich cultural tradition of Ireland bottled to perfection, fondly nicknamed ‘the water of life.’ Made from malted, and unmalted barley, it is characteristically smooth, and rich.

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  • JAPANESE WHISKY

    Blended in imitation of Scottish traditions, Japanese Whisky is distilled from peated barley, making it smoky, smooth, and peaty, with drier, floral ending notes. It is almost sweet like Sherry.

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  • SCOTCH WHISKY

    Scotch whisky isn’t Scotch whisky unless it has been brewed in Scotland, from malted barley, and has been aged in oak barrels for at least three years.

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  • SOUTH AFRICAN WHISKY

    Mostly produced from the atypical yellow maize, South African Whisky is always matured twice in bourbon casks. It is exceptionally smooth, fruity, caramel-like sweet with a subtle hint of spice.

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  • SPANISH WHISKY

    This less known whisky is a young blend, perfect for a light summer drink. Usually matured in sherry casks, it is malty, and fragrant with a lingering touch of vanilla.

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  • URUGUAYAN WHISKY

    Uruguayan Whisky reflects the master craftsmanship of blending malted spirits in wooden casks to produce a distinctly woody, soft, amber poison with a delicate floral nose.

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  • VIETNAMESE WHISKY

    Vietnamese Whisky is typically strong and bold by nature. Distilled from rice, or sugarcane, it is blended with Vietnamese spices, and herbs lending a distinct spicy note to the whisky.

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