Are You Bourbon, Scotch, Whiskey Or Rye?
Are you a stickler for tradition?
Do you have a specific taste or does it not matter?
Are you a local legend?
Do you like some char on it?
Do you prefer Europe or America?
You are Kentucky's greatest product, made of 51 percent corn and aged in new, charred-oak barrels.
Scotch is whiskey made in Scotland, but technically you're more than that. To attain this qualification, you must be made from malted barley and aged for no less than three years.
You're Whiskey, just plain old whiskey. Or, maybe you're Irish whiskey, which is whiskey made in Ireland.
You are a Canuck, our friendly neighbor to the north. Canada has been distilling rye for centuries, yet its qualifications are very lax. Technically, to be labeled a rye whiskey, you just have to resemble the flavor attributed to this Canadian liquid.