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There are many different varieties of American whiskey due to the vast size of the country. Different types of the produce that is capable of being fermented and distilled is found in varying quantities in different regions of the country, hence the huge variation in styles.
The main varieties are;
- Bourbon Whiskey
- Wheat Whiskey
- Corn Whiskey
- Rye Malt Whiskey
- Rye Whiskey
- Malt Whiskey
American Whiskey - 70cl / 48%
An American single malt produced in Virginia at the Copper Fox distillery. This is made with malt which has been dried using apple and cherry wood.
Whisky Liqueurs - 70cl / 40%
Red Stag contains all the pride of the Beam family's 200 year history. Fine Bourbon infused with natural black cherry flavours.
American Whiskey - 75cl / 47%
The Bourbon was named after an entrepreneur who started his career as a Baptist preacher.Elijah Craig is a 12 year-old super-premium bourbon whiskey produced by the Heaven Hill Distillery company. A seductful sweet,honey toasted rye bread greets you on the nose followed by spicy pears and toffee on…
Unaged Spirit - 75cl / 40%
Aged for less than 30 days this clear corn spirit is made using similar age-old methods as the original Georgia Moonshiners of yesteryear. It is not for the faint-hearted but certainly worth trying...if you don't mind going blind. (Only joking by the way.)
Rye - 70cl / 40%
This Canadian whiskey has a lovely nip and pinch on the nose. The palate is smooth and light and mellow with rye malt flavours. The finish is long with a lot of bite.
American Whiskey - 70cl / 45%
The nose is nutty with vanilla tones. The palate is fruity with sweet honeycomb and chocolate flavours. The finish is long and bitter-sweet.
American Whiskey - 70cl / 40%
There are vanilla and delicate floral notes on the nose of this four-year-old Bourbon. Initially sweet, with restrained vanilla, then drier, oaky notes develop, fading into furniture polish and soft malt in the finish. Tasting Notes Courtesy of Jim Beam Distillery.