In modern usage whisky is from scotland and whiskey is from ireland the difference comes from the translation of words from the scottish and irish gaelic forms in the late 1800s scottish whisky was also very poor quality therefore the irish producers wanted to differentiate their product. No matter how you spell it whisky ey is an umbrella term for a type of spirit distilled from a mash of fermented grains now lets look at some different types within the broad category of whisky ey are many sub categories including bourbon rye tennessee scotch irish and canadian style whiskies. If the liquor originates in these three areas it should be referred to as whisky scotch whiskey is considered a serious gaffe in the eyes of a scot so its important to make this distinction in fact this distinction is so important even the new york times changed its approach to the spelling of whisky whiskey. There are several differences to note when it comes to identifying and tasting scotch and irish whiskey and many of them are actually surprisingly obvious from the first sip we will break down the top three differences between these similar spirits 1 irish whiskey and scotch whisky are spelled differently
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