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Question 1 of 10
Why is some whisk(e)y spelled "whisky" while others are spelled "whiskey"?
If there is an "e" in the name of the country that made it, there is an "e" in whiskey
If the whisk(e)y was aged for more than 4 years, it is spelled with an "e"
If artificial coloring is added, there is an "e" in whiskey
There is actually no rule of thumb and it's completely random
Question 2 of 10
When ordering a whiskey "neat", it generally means that:
I want my drink clean and tidy
I don't want ice in my drink
I want my drink to be top shelf
I want my drink served chilled
Question 3 of 10
True or False: Adding a few drops of water to your whiskey brings out more flavor and enhances the taste
Question 4 of 10
Which of the following is NOT a type of scotch?
All of the above are a type of scotch
Question 5 of 10
Which country made whisk(e)y first?
Question 6 of 10
Which of these statements is true?
To be legally recognized as a bourbon, it must be produced in the United States
To be legally recognized as a bourbon, it must be produced specifically in Kentucky
Question 7 of 10
True or False: During Prohibition, women bootleggers outsold the men five sales to one.
Question 8 of 10
What is a "mash bill"?
The final bill for producing a barrel of whiskey
The grain recipe of a distillate
The amount of alcohol in a product
The process of mashing barrels efficiently
Question 9 of 10
Japanese whisky making originated from:
Question 10 of 10
The proper way to drink whiskey is:
On The Rocks
With a few drops of room temperature water
However you like it!