June 15th, 2010
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whiskey, whisky
Category: Dish, ingredient
Definition: Brown-colored liquors made from grain mash. Bourbon is a type of whiskey in which more than half of the mash is made from corn. Rye whiskey is made with mash that is more than half rye. Scotch whisky (spelled without the "e") is whiskey made in a Scottish distillery with mash containing barley

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