There are many styles and classifications of whiskey — so many variations that it can be overwhelming to a whiskey newcomer. Where can I start to decide what I’ll like? What separates whiskey from whisky?* How does regional origin affect taste? Here is our quick guide to whisk(e)y to help sort it all out.
Taste Profile: Sweet and bold flavors with hints of caramel, vanilla, coffee, honey and butterscotch.
Taste Profile: A softer dryer taste profile than bourbons, still highlighted by vanilla caramel.
Taste Profile: Spicier and fruiter flavors, not a sweet as bourbon
Taste Profile: Light and sweet
Taste profile: Smooth, robust taste, flavors include spicy, nutty and vanilla notes.
Taste profile: Scotch taste profiles are determined by the region where they are produced.
2 oz. whiskey
1 oz. sweet vermouth
2 dashes bitters
1 maraschino cherry
Pour the whiskey, sweet vermouth, and bitters into a mixing glass filled with ice. Stir until outside of shaker is cold to the touch. Place a maraschino cherry in a cocktail glass and strain the contents of the shaker over the cherry. Serve immediately.
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