Fermented from various grains such as barley, corn, rye and wheat, whiskey encompasses many diverse flavours and tastes depending on the region it resides from and the style of whiskey it is. Some flavours include fruity, floral, spicy, nutty and smoky. Whiskey is produced all over the globe and created using a similar process however, Scotland, America, Ireland and Japan are among the most popular locations for the production of the finest whiskey. Most countries will produce a selection of these styles however, certain countries are particularly known for one style. Bourbon, most commonly distilled in America, incorporates the use of charred American oak barrels to create three unique styles of bourbon whiskey. Different amounts of rye, corn and the location of distillation create the styles of rye whiskey, bourbon and Tennessee whiskey. Served neat, on the rocks or with a splash of something carbonated, whiskey is an ideal choice for someone looking for a bold flavour in their palate.