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Whiskey Features and Reviews

 

The word whiskey is derived from the Scottish Gaelic word for "Water of Life." This spirit comes in many forms and is produced all over the world in places like Ireland, Scotland and Canada. On World Whiskey Day, sip your choice on the rocks or in a cocktail. Find features and reviews of this spirit here.


 

Glenmorangie Tusail Single Malt Scotch is made from hand-malted barley

WATER OF LIFE
Great Whiskeys on GAYOT's Top 10 Spirits

Discover smooth bourbons, complex Irish whiskeys and earthy single-malt Scotch like Glenmorangie Tùsail on GAYOT's list of the Top 10 Spirits.

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Teeling Single Grain Irish Whiskey has flavors of spices, red berries and grapes

 

A POT OF GOLD IN A CUP
Teeling Single Grain Irish Whiskey

Distilled and aged in wine caskets, this Irish-made whiskey from Dublin delivers spiced and fruity flavors to keep your spirits going throughout the night.

Fill up your glass



Stillhouse Moonshine Whiskeys come in five different flavors including original

BREAKING TRADITION
Stillhouse Moonshine Whiskeys

Unlike most moonshine, Stillhouse Distillery uses 100% estate grown corn as a base for its original and various flavored whiskeys, such as Coconut and Red Hot. Mix it into a cocktail for something different than your usual.

Feel the smooth burn



Crown Royal is created by blending hand-selected Canadian whiskies
FIT FOR ROYALTY
Crown Royal Regal Apple Whisky

The infusion of Regal Gala apples in this blend of Canandian whiskies gives this distilled liquor a hint of caramel and spice with a sweet and tart finish.

Make a cocktail with it




Glencadam Distillery first opened in Scotland in 1825
AGED TO PERFECTION
Glencadam 15 Year Old Highland Single Malt Scotch Whisky

From the only working distellery in the county Angus in Scotland, this aged whisky has cut-grass juiciness with a malty signature and a soft oak flavor.

Pour yourself a glass



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India Pale Ale was first developed for British soldiers in South Asia; however, the style has since gained popularity with civilian beer fans.

Although sipping fine Scotch can be an expensive habit, GAYOT's Top 10 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies start at a reasonable $50 a bottle.