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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
Kentucky Straight - 100cl / 46%
"Larceny" by definition is the unlawful taking of property. I don't know if the name suits this whiskey because at £39.99 for a litre bottle, it certainly can't be accused of daylight robbery!This is a thoroughly enjoyable, small batch whiskey to be enjoyed with friends.
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.
Whisky Liqueurs - 70cl / 35%
Evan Williams honey liqueur marries quality bourbon whiskey with delicious honey to create a delicious all-American liqueur.
Kentucky Straight - 70cl / 43%
A big nose with lots of oak, vanilla and a touch of marmalade. Crisp entry on the palate with spicy oak and a light grainy touch. Develops well with more oak coming through, a little mint and apple with a rich finish Tasting notes courtesy of Heaven Hill Distillery, Bardstown, Kentucky