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USA Whiskey

USA Whiskey

Bourbon is perhaps the most well-known type of American whiskey, and it must be made in the United States from a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn. It must also be aged in new, charred oak barrels and bottled at no less than 80 proof. Rye whiskey, on the other hand, must be made from at least 51% rye, and it has a spicy and complex flavour profile.

Tennessee whiskey, which is very similar to bourbon, must be made in the state of Tennessee and undergoes a unique filtering process through maple charcoal, known as the "Lincoln County Process". This gives it a distinctive flavour and smoothness.

The history of American whiskey is a long and fascinating one that stretches back to the colonial era. When European settlers first arrived in America, they found that the land was ideal for growing grains such as corn, rye, and wheat, which could be distilled into spirits.

By the late 1700s, whiskey had become a popular drink among Americans, and distilleries had sprung up all over the country. In fact, George Washington himself was a well-known distiller and is said to have produced over 11,000 gallons of whiskey at his Mount Vernon estate.

During the 1800s, the whiskey industry in America continued to grow, with the development of new techniques and technologies making it easier to produce high-quality spirits. Bourbon, which is now the most famous type of American whiskey, was first produced in the late 1700s in Kentucky, which was then part of Virginia.

Prohibition, which lasted from 1920 to 1933, dealt a serious blow to the American whiskey industry, but it managed to survive and even thrive in the years that followed. Today, American whiskey is enjoyed by people all over the world, and the industry is worth billions of dollars.

In recent years, there has been a renewed interest in traditional methods of producing American whiskey, with many small distilleries popping up across the country. This has led to a resurgence in interest in classic styles of American whiskey, such as rye and bourbon, as well as the development of new and innovative styles of the spirit.

Balcones Texas Single Malt 70cl

Balcones Texas Single Malt 70cl


Balcones Texas Pot Still Bourbon

Balcones Texas Pot Still Bourbon


Balcones Baby Blue - Corn Whiskey

Balcones Baby Blue - Corn Whiskey


Balcones Rye 100% Proof

Balcones Rye 100% Proof


Blanton's The Original

Blanton's The Original


Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch Whiskey

Uncle Nearest 1884 Small Batch Whiskey


Uncle Nearest 1856

Uncle Nearest 1856


Ragtime Rye Double Oak

Ragtime Rye Double Oak


Mister Katz's Rock and Rye

Mister Katz's Rock and Rye