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Difference between Whiskey, Scotch & Bourbon

Ever wondered what the actual differences between Whiskey, Scotch and Bourbon are? Country of origin? Production process? Flavor profile? We’ve got you covered with a short and sweet explanation in this new episode of “School of Spirits”. Learn about how to make whiskey and understand what makes brands like Woodford Reserve and Four Roses special.

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