Whisky from USA

The Bulleit Small Batch Straight...

Bulleit Small Batch Straight Rye

The Bulleit Small Batch Straight Rye is made from 95% rye and 5% barley ...
CHF 45,00
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Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey

Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey

The Woodford Reserve Malt Whiskey from the US state of Kentucky came on ...
CHF 49,00
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The Blantons Single Barrel Speci...

Blanton's Single Barrel Special Reserve

The Blantons Single Barrel Special Reserve, like all Blantons Bourbons, ...
CHF 52,00
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Thanks to time-honored craftsman...

Whipper Snapper Whisky

Thanks to time-honored craftsmanship, the wonderfully tasty and sophisti...
CHF 56,00
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Colonel James E. Pepper was a le...

1776 - Straight Bourbon Whiskey (James E. Pepper)

Colonel James E. Pepper was a legendary Bourbon aristocrat. He competed ...
CHF 59,00
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The Jim Beam Signature Craft is ...

Jim Beam Signature Craft

The Jim Beam Signature Craft is a Super Premium Bourbon Whiskey, which w...
CHF 69,00
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J.R. Ewing Private Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey

J.R. Ewing Private Reserve Straight Bourbon Whiskey

The JR Ewing Private Reserve Bourbon Whiskey from Kentucky (USA) is dist...
CHF 69,00
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European immigrants brought the craft of whisky production to the New World. Today, whisky production in the USA is mainly dominated by a few large distilleries, which are mostly located in Kentucky or Tennessee. There are also many smaller producers spread all over the country.

Over the decades, traditional Irish and Scottish distillation methods have changed and raw materials such as corn, rye and wheat have been preferred to traditional barley. In order to achieve a mild taste and to shorten the maturing time, in the USA freshly distilled whisky is usually matured in charred casks. Many different types of whisky are produced in this process: Corn Whiskey, Rye Whiskey, Moonshine, Bourbon, Tennessee Whiskey, Single Barrel Whiskey or Small Batch Whiskey. However, many of these varieties do not meet the strict regulations of the European Union for whiskey. Some of them, for example, have a clear colour and are stored for much less than 3 years. In general, American whisky rarely stays in casks for more than 12 years.

As in Ireland, the word whisky is also written with an additional "e" in the USA (whiskey). 
 
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