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Wheat whisky is mainly produced in the US and Germany. In America, the rules for 'straight wheat whiskey' are the same as for 'straight bourbon whiskey', except that the mash must contain at least 51% wheat instead of 51% corn. In principle, wheat whisky can be made from 100% wheat, but that is not very common. German distilleries, usually unknown outside of Germany, also make wheat whiskies. And, to avoid misunderstandings, the fact that a lot of grain whisky is partly made with wheat does not make this grain whiskies wheat whisky.
This is your chance to try a wheat whisky! As far as we know, the only globally available wheat-made whisky. Related to bourbon and rye whiskey, but different. Have a drink out of the box!
The Woodford Reserve Distillery is at the heart of 'bourbon country' and produces its whisky according to tradition with copper pot stills. But don't expect a bourbon in this bottle: it is a Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey. Be surprised! 45.2%
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