Ultra Pure has one of the largest portfolios of Aged Bourbon, Rye Whiskies and Canadian Whiskey. Our decades long experience and relationships through our vast network of distilleries offers you the largest selection at the best cost.



Kentucky, Indiana, Texas, North Carolina, Wyoming, Access to new fill, ages one year to four year, availability changes daily.



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What exactly is whiskey?

Whiskey is a distilled alcoholic drink made from fermented grain mashes. They’re typically aged in charred oak barrels until they reach their desired production age. The most common grains used to make whiskey include corn, barley, rye, and wheat.

What makes whiskey a whiskey?

Whiskey is defined as an alcoholic beverage distilled from grain and aged in wood barrels. There must be no added flavoring for a whiskey to be a whiskey; all the flavor must come from the barrel the whiskey is aged in. … A whiskey’s mash is the mixture of grains used in the distilling process.

What is difference between whisky and scotch?

Whiskey is the correct spelling for American and Irish-made whiskey, and whisky is the spelling for the Canadian, Japanese, and Scottish-made versions. Scotch is whisky made in Scotland from either barley or a mix of grains. … Single malt Scotch is a whisky that’s from one distillery from a mash of malted barley.

Here’s where the main 5 whiskey types come from.

  • Scotch – Scotland.
  • Bourbon – USA.
  • Irish Whiskey – Ireland.
  • Canadian Whiskey – Canada.
  • Japanese Whisky – Japan.

What Types of Whiskey can Ultra Pure Provide?

Ultra Pure can provide any Whiskey you may need in a number of different volumes. From the small startup to the established brand looking to increase capacity. We also store and track you’re in barrel inventory at our facility in Kentucky.

What are the steps in making Whiskey?

1. Distillation– A still for making whisky is usually made of copper, since it removes sulfur -based compounds from the alcohol that would make it unpleasant to drink. Modern stills are made of stainless steel with copper innards (piping, for example, will be lined with copper along with copper plate inlays along still walls). The simplest standard distillation apparatus is commonly known as a pot still, consisting of a single heated chamber and a vessel to collect purified alcohol. Column Stills are frequently used in the production of grain whiskey and are the most commonly used type of still in the production of bourbon and other American whiskeys. Column stills behave like a series of single pot stills, formed in a long vertical tube. Whereas a single pot still charged with wine might yield a vapor enriched to 40–60% alcohol, a column still can achieve a vapor alcohol content of 95.6%; an azeotropic mixture of alcohol and water.
2. Aging-Whiskies do not mature in the bottle, only in the cask, so the “age” of a whisky is only the time between distillation and bottling. This reflects how much the cask has interacted with the whisky, changing its chemical makeup and taste. Whiskies that have been bottled for many years may have a rarity value, but are not “older” and not necessarily “better” than a more recent whisky that matured in wood for a similar time. After a decade or two, additional aging in a barrel does not necessarily improve a whisky. While aging in wooden casks, especially American oak and French oak casks, whisky undergoes six processes that contribute to its final flavor: extraction, evaporation, oxidation, concentration, filtration, and coloration. Extraction in particular results in whisky acquiring a number of compounds, including aldehydes and acids such as vanillin, vanillic acid, and syringaldehyde. Distillers will sometimes age their whiskey in barrels previously used to age other spirits, such as rum or sherry, to impart particular flavors.
3. Packaging-Most whiskies are sold at or near an alcoholic strength of 40% abv, which is the statutory minimum in some countries – although the strength can vary, and cask-strength whisky may have as much as twice that alcohol percentage. Ultra Pure can provide a wide variety of Whiskey Types in several packages including Barrels and Totes.

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