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Whisky and whiskey is the undisputed king of all spirits. Few other spirits are made with as much love and passion as this barrel-aged grain spirit. The variety of whisk(e)y it offers is what makes it so unique and sought after. Scotland is known worldwide for its excellent single malt whisky, Ireland for its beautiful fruity whiskey and the USA for bourbon and Tennessee whisky, smooth with oak and corn flavors or spicy Rye. There are even rare exotic bottles like moonshine whiskey or Indian whiskey to round out the selection of whiskey you can sample.

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Michter's Single Barrel Straight Rye

Michter's Single Barrel Straight Rye is made with American rye grain, these are sheared to allow greater extraction of flavour from the grain.

Price from 67 €

Jim Beam Rye

Jim Beam Rye is a pre-Prohibition style whisky paying tribute to one of the family’s oldest recipes. Its character is loud, with an undeniable spicy kick upfront, followed by black pepper, hints of vanilla and oak trickling through to balance it out.

Price from 32 €

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Rye

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye is made with 70% rye, 18% corn and 12% malted barley alongside natural spring water and the charcoal filtration process.

Price from 37 €

Mr Katz's Rock and Rye

An American classic, authentic Rock & Rye could once be found on the back bar of most noteworthy establishments. Since prohibition though, it's demise has almost been complete… until this. Serve on the rocks.

Price from 35 €

Knob Creek Rye

A slightly more subtle expression within the rye category, Knob Creek Rye; brings spiciness which is bold and rich, this is balanced by undertones of vanilla and oak. The oak lingers in the finish, alongside rye and nuances of herbs.

Price from 49 €

WhistlePig 15yo Whisky

One of WhistlePig’s oldest whiskeys, Estate Oak Rye is intended for the true connoisseur of Rye. It takes its name from the distillery's special Vermont Estate Oak, which are used to finish the spirit ahead of bottling.

Price from 297 €

Sazerac 6yo Rye Whiskey

Sazerac 6yo Rye has it all - spice, pepper, oak, and more as well as a thick mouth feel that generating warmth all over. An essential for those who love to make Rye cocktails.

Price from 52 €

Bulleit Rye

Bulleit Rye is made from 95% rye and 5% malted barley, the incredibly high proportion of rye (amongst the highest in the category) ensures that this spirit packs a flavourful spicy punch.

Price from 43 €

WhistlePig 10yo Rye

WhistlePig 10 Year Old Rye is aged rye whisky which has been aged in new American oak. On the nose there is the orange peel and oak, there’s a lovely alchemy of sweet and spice which follows on the palate with caramel upfront followed by rye spice.

Price from 93 €

Woodford Reserve Rye

Taking from the pre prohibition style, Woodford Reserve Rye is made with 53% rye, 33% corn and 14% malted barley.

Price from 53 €

The name "Whisky/Whiskey" is derived from the anglicization of the classical Gaelic word uisce/uisge meaning "water" (now written as uisce in Irish Gaelic and uisge in Scottish Gaelic). Distilled alcohol was originally known in Latin as aqua vitae ("water of life"). This was translated into Classical Gaelic as Irish uisce beatha Scottish Gaelic: uisge beatha "water of life". Early forms of the word in English included uskebeaghe (1581), usquebaugh (1610), usquebath (1621), usquebae (1715).

The spelling whiskey is often used on Irish and American whiskeys, while all those produced in Scotland and other places around the world use whisky. Since the 1960s, American writers have increasingly used whiskey as the accepted spelling for aged grain spirits made in the US and whiskey for aged grain spirits made outside the US. However, some prominent American brands such as George Dickel, Makers Mark and Old Forester (all made by different companies) use the whiskey spelling on their labels.

Interesting fact: Whiskey does not age in the bottle, even if it ages after bottling, its taste does not change. However, the cost value can change as it becomes rarer - this is what investment whiskeys are derived from. Bottle age is the time it spent in the barrel between the distillation process and bottling. It is the barrel that affects the taste and chemical composition of whiskey.

Whiskey from Scotland, Ireland, USA and many other countries

Whiskey is certainly one of the most interesting spirits in the assortment. We try to break down this very complex range of products in more detail so that you dont lose track when you want to buy whiskey. Because of course there is an important difference between different types of whiskey such as Bourbon Whiskey and Scotch Whiskey. But it doesnt stop there, there are also very different whiskeys at deeper levels. And of course, there is not only American bourbon and Scotch whiskey, but also whiskey from many other countries. German whiskey is also new, of course. Lets start the review with the latest whiskeys and the best sellers. Then we will go deeper into the categories.