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Flavored Whiskey 101: How to Enjoy a Spirit With Flavor

It used to be that when you wanted to drink whiskey, it tasted like, well, whiskey. There were different flavors based on types (bourbon, scotch, rye, Irish, etc.), ingredients, aging and other points of differentiation that would give different spirits varying flavor profiles, but it wasn’t until recent years that distillers began producing flavor-infused whiskeys.    These days, there are all kinds of flavor-infused whiskeys, like honey, cherry, chocolate, blackberry and even bacon, to name just a few.
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