Old world whisky is a term that includes various types of Single Malt, Single Grain, Grain, Blended, & Pot Still whisky from Scotland, Ireland, and Japan.


Whisky Course Contents

  • Single Malt Scotch Whisky
  • Blended Scotch Whisky
  • Irish Whiskey.
  • Japanese Whisky
  • Flavors & Aromas in Whisky
  • How to make 25 Popular Irish Whiskey, Single Malt & Blended Scotch Whisky Cocktails.
  • How to Taste Whisky
  • How to Serve Whisky
  • Origins of Whisky
  • Scotch Whisky Regions & Flavors
    • The Highlands
    • The Lowlands
    • Speyside
    • Campbeltown
    • Islay
    • The Islands
  • Whisky Production
  • Pot vs Column Distillation
  • Terminology

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Why is Whisky sometimes spelled with an 'e'?


The extra 'e' in the spelling probably comes from the translations of the word from the Scottish and Irish Gaelic forms. Where the Irish went, so did the 'e' in their whiskey.

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