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Whisky Guide

Whiskycircle.com can be called a complete whisky guide. It can be called a one-stop shop on all that you want to know and share about whisky. It is an online community for whisky-lovers, wherein they can blog, upload images, videos and can even chat with other members about a rare whisky blend.

The viewers of this site can get the most updated information about the history of whisky, how it is prepared, process of whisky tasting, how many different varieties of whisky are available, the latest whisky news and how to enjoy this particular drink at the most. The art of making perfectly amalgamated whisky dates back to the ages of the monks in the 15th century. The delicate whiff of the blended whisky has never been explained clearly even today.

Water is needed in all stages of the production of whisky. It is mixed with the barley to promote germination, it is added to ground barley grist to create a mash and it is required for diluting most whisky before maturation and once again before bottling. Barley, water and yeast are the exclusive ingredients required in the production of single malt Scotch.

The delicate blend of whisky gives it a perfect flavor to enjoy at its best. Whisky falls under the broad category of alcoholic beverages. Malting and mashing at the first stage is required to make whisky and then the fermented mashes is distilled and are kept in wooden casks to preserve its actual tang. Some of the main kinds of whisky are:

Irish whisky:

Irish whiskies are distilled three times and should be kept in casket for at least 3 years. The common types of whiskies in Ireland are single malt, single grain, pure pot still and blended whisky.

Japanese whisky:

Japanese whiskies have also originated from the scotch tradition. These whiskies are made in scotch style but not produced in Scotland.

Canadian whisky:

Canadian whiskies are generally multi-grained whiskies, which are much smoother and lighter than any other whisky style. These types of whiskies are termed as “rye whisky” in Canada.

American whisky:

There are two different types American whisky mainly, straight and blend. These whiskies are kept in the oak casks for at least 2 years. The most common types of American whiskies are bourbon, Rye and com. Bourbon has 51% of maize content

maize in it.

Indian whiskies:

Indian whiskies are the only whisky that is distilled from fermented molasses. But other than Indian sub-continent it will be considered as rum. India has begun to distill whisky from malts and grains.

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About the Author

Whisky circle was created by a small group of whisky aficionados. It started out as a Whisky club where lovers of single malts got together and made small talk over a malt. For further information about whisky please visit www.whiskycircle.com.

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Taste Orange: Logan Wines with Peter Logan

Join us for this episode of Spitbucket for the Taste Orange event where we chat with Peter Logan of Logan Wines and review his Logan 2010 Chardonnay. This wine is widely available, and it won’t break the bank either. Do yourself a favour and try this one, and as always let us know your thoughts.

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