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Whiskey is available under different trade names. It is named first, the different type of cereal was produced from the whiskey: Denotes Malt Whiskey, which was produced exclusively from malt (malted barley).
Denotes grain whiskey made from corn, wheat or barley unmalted (in Europe) or mobile beverage dispenser
rye. This is mostly a "Coffey-Still" called column distillation plant uses. Denotes Rye whiskey, which was predominantly made from rye (at least 51 per cent).
Denotes bourbon whiskey, which was produced mainly from corn (less than 51 percent) and was filled with up to 80 percent by volume of alcohol mobile beverage dispenser and burned up to 63 percent by volume of alcohol in new ausgekohlte barrels. Denotes Corn whiskey, which was produced mainly from corn (at least 80 per cent). Distinction on the production process  Second, to clarify certain terms of the manufacturing process of each whiskey:
Under a Single refers to a whiskey, mobile beverage dispenser who comes from a single distillery (including customary for Scottish whiskey: Single Malt)-whiskey. Under a straight one also sees a whiskey, who comes from mobile beverage dispenser a single distillery (common), especially for mobile beverage dispenser American whiskeys. Under a blend are an adulterated whiskey.
Be) in the preparation (blending different whiskeys (for example, malt and grain) from different distilleries is mixed. In mobile beverage dispenser some products will be up to 70 different whiskeys. Under a Pure Pot Still we understand a whiskey Still only from malted barley and unmalted in traditional stills (pot) is distilled (primarily premium Irish whiskey).
There are also the names Vatted (mixture of malt whiskeys from different distilleries) or Pure common mobile beverage dispenser.