Originally Posted by martyleach
I am certainly no historian, but I believe whiskey was derived from Scotch Whiskey. If you are from Scotland or the area, it is just called Whiskey. And there is a vast variety of flavors available. Astonishing actually that they have so many makers of Whiskey available in such a small area. I would consider a trip to England just to tour the Whiskey makers....
Typically, it's without the 'e' in Scotland, with the 'e' most other places, though Maker's Mark, I think, removes the 'e'.
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