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AMERICAN

American whiskies, or “whiskeys”, are necessarily aged in new oak barrels. The famous “bourbon”, an American speciality, is a whisky that contains more than 51% corn; but wheat, rye and barley are also used in American distilleries. The vast majority of American whiskies are made in the state of Kentucky.