Every scotch blend starts with a base single malt that provides structure and the basis for flavor.
Since sake is made from grains, specifically rice, it can deliver some familiar flavors and aromas for whisky lovers.
Whether you take it as it comes from the cask, or add water, barrel-proof whiskey offers some of the biggest and boldest flavor.
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Already showcasing local grain in their whiskeys, distillers highlight other regional flavors through unique bitter liqueurs.
Often featured in the Caipirinha cocktail, this native Brazilian spirit takes on added complexity with barrel aging.