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Michter's produce premium Kentucky whiskeys honouring the long history of American whiskey craftsmanship. Only the finest small batch and single ba...View full details
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Mitchters American Whiskey is a type of whiskey that is produced in the United States. It is made from a mixture of grains, including corn, rye, and barley. The name "Mitchters" comes from the process of distilling the whiskey, which involves putting it through a series of filters called "mash bills."
American whiskey has a long and storied history. One of the earliest recorded mentions of whiskey comes from an Irish document from 1405. This document describes how to make "aqua vitae," which was distilled from wine. In the early 1600s, settlers in what is now the United States began distilling their own whiskey from corn. By the late 1700s, American whiskey was being exported to other countries, and it became very popular.
During the American Civil War, whiskey was used as a form of currency. This is because it was one of the few things that was not subject to taxation. After the war, whiskey production in the United States declined due to a number of factors, including a decrease in demand and an increase in taxation. However, it has since rebounded and is now once again a popular drink.
Mitchers American Whiskey is produced by a number of different companies, including Mitchers & Sons and Mitchers Distilling Company. It is available in a variety of different styles, including single malt, blended, and rye whiskey. There are also a number of flavoured Mitchers American Whiskeys, such as honey and cherry.
Mitchers American Whiskey has won a number of awards, including the Gold Medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and the Double Gold Medal at the New York World Wine & Spirits Competition.