Dating back to the 1500s, whisk(e)y has been made all over the world with different rules and regulations, but is always made from three main ingredients: grain, water, and yeast. Most whisk(e)y is aged in barrels which is where it gets its coloring and much of its flavor. And about this (e) thing: Irish or American, it’s spelled whiskey, but it’s whisky if it’s Scotch, Canadian or Japanese. Don’t ask. We didn’t make the rules. But we do provide an easy and convenient resource for the best whiskey and whisk(e)y cocktails. Whether you like Scotch, Irish, Bourbon, Tennessee, Rye, Corn, Wheat, Canadian, or maybe you are still trying to figure it out—you’ve come to the right place.