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Whisky, also known as whiskey, is a distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. The distillation process involves heating the fermented mash to separate the alcohol from the water, resulting in a stronger and more concentrated liquid.
Different grains are used for different varieties, including barley, corn, rye, and wheat. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, commonly made of charred white oak, to impart distinct flavors and colors. Oak barrels play a crucial role in the aging process as they infuse whiskey with complex flavors, colors, and texture.

There are several main types of whisky, including:

Scotch Whisky: Made in Scotland, it must be aged for a minimum of three years in oak casks. It is divided into two main categories: single malt and blended.

Irish Whiskey: Made in Ireland, it must be aged for a minimum of three years in wooden casks. Irish whiskey is typically made from a blend of malted and unmalted barley.

Bourbon: Made in the United States, it must be made from at least 51% corn and aged for a minimum of two years in new, charred oak barrels. American whiskeys such as bourbon and rye whiskey are known for their distinct flavors imparted by the oak barrels used in aging.

Rye: Made primarily from rye grain, it must be aged for a minimum of two years in oak barrels. Rye whiskey is a popular type of American whiskey, particularly in the United States.

Japanese Whisky: Made in Japan, it follows the tradition and techniques of Scottish whisky, but uses local ingredients and imparts unique flavors.

Canadian Whisky: Made in Canada, it is usually a blend of different grains and aged in wooden barrels.

Some popular examples of whiskies from different countries include Talisker 10 Years Old from Scotland, Jameson Irish Whiskey from Ireland, Maker's Mark Bourbon from the United States, Nikka from the Barrel from Japan and Crown Royal Northern Harvest Rye from Canada.