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American Whiskey

Whiskies are produced across the United States, though the most well-known states today for American Whiskey production are Kentucky and Tennessee (many would be surprised to learn that the first producers were based in Pennsylvania and Maryland!). American Whiskey is a vast category, including Bourbon, Rye, Corn, Wheat and Tennessee among others. Most American Whiskies are aged in charred new barrels, offering a characteristic toasted component.

The main differentiators have to do with the base cereals. Bourbon must come from 51-80% corn, with the remainder made up of wheat, rye and/or barley) distilled to a maximum of 80% ABV and aged in new charred white oak barrels. The high component of corn is a contributor to the spirit's characteristic sweetness. Rye must be at least 51% rye, resulting in general in a more spicy whiskey than Bourbon. Wheat must be at least 51% Wheat and is often a softer style of American Whiskey. Tennessee Whiskey is at least 51% corn, like Bourbon, but must be produced in Tennessee and goes through maple charcoal filtering ("the Lincoln County Process") before bottling. Perhaps the most unique and trending American Whiskey style is White Dog, also known as "Moonshine", which is an unaged whiskey bottled right after distillation.

8 products found

Heaven`s Door Double Barrel

70 cl

A blend of three different whiskies and aged twice in new American oak - this is big vanilla and big oak, with supporting notes of citrus oil and spice. Winner of double gold at the San Francisco Worl...


Heaven`s Door Straight Rye

70 cl

Aged for a time in French oak, Heaven`s Door Rye is smoother with a touch less spice than a classic American rye. Orange peel and a hint of herbal freshness jump out on the nose nad palate while the f...


Jack Daniels Monogram

75 cl

A rare, limited edition Jack Daniels original bottled for release in Asia only. Long discontinued, this is a must have for fans of collectible American whiskies.


Jack Daniels Single Barrel

70 cl