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Rye and Wheat: Only a small amount of Rye whisky is bottled as Straight Rye Whiskey – most of it is used in blending to add character to other whiskeys. To be called a Rye whiskey, the spirit must be made from at least 51 percent rye, distilled at less than 80 percent and stored in new, charred oak barrels for at least two years. Rye whiskey is slightly more powerful and bitter than Bourbon. Most current Rye whiskies are made in Indiana and Kentucky. Wheat whiskey must be made from at least 51 percent of wheat and is quite uncommon. An example of a Rye whiskey is Wild Turkey Straight Rye Whiskey.

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