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English Whisky

Scotland and England are two different countries: Mix them up at your own peril. Similarly, Scotch whisky and English whisky are different animals. To be sure, there’s far more whisky in Scotland than England, and the whisky being produced to the south has little of the acclaim of its Scottish brethren. Production of whisky in England ended in the early 1900s, and it wasn’t until 2013 when production began again. Today less than a dozen distilleries are operating in England, nearly all producing whisky in the single malt or blended malt style (some of which is peated).

Top English Whisky Posts:

Lakes Distillery Steel Bonnets Blended Malt Whisky
Cotswolds Single Malt Whiskey
The English Whisky Co. Classic and Peated Single Malts