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 Is there any difference between Whisky and Whiskey apart from the spelling?

Answer I believe the Irish distillers prefer the spelling whiskey and the Scots prefer whisky. That's all. There is supposed to be some difference in the water source, but I reckon the water will be pure ... Read More »
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What is the difference between wine,whisky,and beer?

The most basic answer is that all alcohol is made from yeast fermented sugars. Yeast is an organism that eats sugar and its waste is alcohol (and CO2). Wine sugars are already present as fructose ... Read More »
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Is there any difference between Vodka, Rum, Gin Whiskey, etc., besides the taste?

The Alcohol that gets you drunk is all exactly the same. Most often when someone says they get more drunk on tequila than vodka, the reasonus ually is that tequila was taken in shots, and the vodka... Read More »
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What's the difference between rum, scotch, gin, whiskey, vodka etc. and other liquors ?

Whiskey is essentially beer without hops that's been distilled. The ingredients can range from barley, wheat, rye, corn, millet, oats...virtually any starchy cereal grain you can think of can be ma... Read More »
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Whats the difference between wine, beer, whisky, rum, brandy, gin, brandy & which is the best?

Wine is fermented, beer is brewed and spirits like whisky, rum, brandy and gin are usually distilled. Distilling is extremely dangerous so in most countries it is illegal to distill spirits withou... Read More »
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