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What is the differences between brandy and whiskey?

Brandy 

Brandy is a liqueur made from distilled grapefruit juice. It is a drink that is usually consumed during dinner with an alcohol content of 30 to 60 percent.

The brandy is rarely made with fruits other than grapes. It is called eau de vie. In some countries, brandy is a drink made with aromatic chemicals and pigments added to distilled alcohol.

Cognac is a variety of Brandy made from the distilled white wine and produced solely in the Cognac region of France.

Mostly popular brandy sold in India are as below

Remy Martin - INR 9,528 for 1000 ml. 

Courvoisier - INR 8,202 for 700 ml. 

Hennessy - INR 8,089 for 700 ml. 

Torres 5 - INR 3,254 for 700 ml. 

Morpheus - INR 1,386 for 750 ml. 

Clovis - INR 1,270 for 750 ml. 

TI Courrier Napoleon - INR 883 for 750 ml. 

Constantino -  INR 852 for 750 ml. 

TI Mansion House  - INR 746 for 750 ml. 

HoneyBee - INR 574 for 750 ml. 

Whiskey

Whiskey (whiskey or whiskey) is a type of liquor that is extracted from fermented grain pulp. A wide variety of beverages are made from different grains such as barley, malt barley, rye, malt rye, and wheat, corn (corn). Whiskeys are processed into wooden barrels made of oak wood. But American corn whiskey is not processed this way.

Whiskey is a worldwide beverage that is produced in native places based on their availability and is a strictly regulated energy drink with different varieties. By combining different varieties of grain malt and with the filtering method the percentages of alcohol can be controlled. For corn malt, 80% alcohol can be given and for other grain malts, 90% alcohol can be given. Before adding water, the unique aroma can be added to make it pure whiskey or vodka(whiskey with flavors). 


Whiskey derives 60% of its flavor from the way it is processed. Bourbon whiskey is an example of well-brewed whiskey packed in oak barrels.

Aging of Whisky

Whiskies do not mature in the bottle, only in the cask, so the "age" of a whisky is only the time between distillation and bottling. This reflects how much the cask has interacted with the whisky, changing its chemical makeup and taste. Whiskies that have been bottled for many years may have a rarity value, but are not "older" and not necessarily "better" than a more recent whisky that matured in wood for a similar time. 

Scotch

Whisky made in Scotland is known as Scotch whisky, or simply as "Scotch" (especially in North America).

We list down some of the most remarkable whisky brands in India that are not just dominating the sales figures but are creating whiskies that will have you smack your lips and raise your glass for more. These are the best whisky brands that are currently being sold in India, performing exceedingly well both in terms of quality and voluminous sales!

Chivas Regal 12 Year Old -  3,645 INR
Ballantine’s Finest  -1,785 INR
The Glenlivet 12 Year Old-  4,550 INR
100 Pipers Deluxe Blended Scotch whisky- 2,060 INR
Jameson Irish whiskey- 2,240 INR
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey- 3,540 INR
Johnnie Walker Black Label- 3,545 INR
The Teacher’s whisky - 3000 - 3200 INR
Aberlour 12 Year Old in India: 5,098 INR
Black & White Blended Scotch whisky in India: 2,220 INR

Best Blended Scotch whiskies in India
Chivas Regal
Ballantine’s
Johnnie Walker
J&B Rare
100 Pipers Deluxe Blended Scotch whisky
Black & White
Teachers Highland Cream
Black Dog Triple Gold Reserve
Dewar’s White Label

These are some of India’s most popular single malt Scotch brands that are spearheading India’s thirst for luxury whiskies.
The Glenlivet
Glenfiddich
Glenmorangie
Aberlour
Laphroaig
Dalmore
Lagavulin
Talisker
Bowmore
Macallan

Best Indian whisky brands
Blenders Pride Reserve Collection
Royal Stag Barrel Select
Amrut Single Malt
Paul John Single Malt
Imperial Blue
Antiquity Blue
Rampur Single Malt
McDowell’s Signature
Royal Challenge
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Best Irish whiskey Brands in India
Jameson Irish Whiskey
Redbreast
Tullamore D.E.W
Powers Gold Label
Bushmills Irish Whiskey
Teeling Single Malt Irish Whiskey

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