What is the difference between a cask strength whiskey and a regular whiskey?

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Topic on Dec 09, 2022 09:33 PM
When it comes to whiskey, there are different types and styles that can be enjoyed. And, within those categories, there are varying levels of quality and strength. So, what exactly is the difference between a cask strength whiskey and a regular whiskey?

Cask strength whiskey is simply whiskey that has not been diluted with water before bottling. This means that the alcohol by volume (ABV) will be higher than a regular whiskey, which has been diluted to around 40% ABV. The higher ABV of cask strength whiskey can result in a more intense flavor profile, as well as a higher price tag.

So, if you’re looking for a bolder, more flavorful Irish whiskey, Red Breast whiskey is definitely worth seeking out. Just be prepared for a bit of a sting on the way down!


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