Is it Whisky or Whiskey? What's the difference? Nobody knows... Actually, we do know.
Whether you're after a traditional Scotch Whisky or an Irish or American Whiskey to warm you up this winter then you've come to the right place.
Who doesn't like whisky?
Whisk(e)y varieties included single malt, blended malt, blended and single grain whiskies from Scotland, single pot still, single malt, single grain and blended whiskies from Ireland, bourbon, rye and Tennessee whiskies from the USA, Canadian whisky from Canada, and many other lesser-known styles worldwide.
Globally, Johnnie Walker Red Label is the best-selling whisky. The product we sell most of Jameson, another all-time classic, and the Glenlivet's limited-edition Caribbean cask is also popular.
So what is the difference between whisky and whiskey? Did someone just spell it wrong?
Well, kind of. Generally speaking whiskey with an "e" is used for Irish and American whiskies, whilst "whisky" is the spelling used in most other countries including "Scotch Whisky", which is whisky from Scotland.
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