There are currently over 20 other countries producing whisk(e)y around the world including Scotland, Ireland, Canada, America, Japan and other regions.
- Scotland: Scotland has the highest density of distilleries in the world. Scotch malt whiskies tend to be grouped within a number of regional categories, including Speyside, Lowland, Highland, Campbeltown, Islay and Islands. Each has its own varied and unique character.
- Ireland: Irish whiskys are often triple-distilled to give a smooth and sophisticated body.
- Canada: Canadian whisky is famous for its light and elegant texture. Rye Whisky produced in Canada is one of the country’s most well-known.
- America: American whiskey is a distilled beverage produced mainly in the states of Kentucky and Tennessee and made from mash that mostly consists of corn. American Whiskey is ??
- Japan: The major whisky distilleries in Japan include Yamazaki distillery, Hakuhsu distillery, Fuji Gotenba distillery, Yochi distillery, and Miyagikyo distillery. They are known for their blending craftsmanship, creating an elegant and delicate style of whisky.
- New world:Asian, Europe and Oceania whiskey represent the brave new world of whisky-producing regions around the globe apart from traditional whiskymaking regions. Whisky is currently being distilled in a number of countries as well as Taiwan, including Europe, India, Australia and various others. The predominant characters of Asian whiskies are smooth with a rich body and tropical fruitiness on the nose.