You’ve probably seen the word Whisk(e)y spelled with and without an “e.”
So, which is it?
The general rule is if a brown spirit is from Canada, Scotland, or Japan it’s spelled “whisky.” And if it’s from The United States or Ireland it’s spelled “whiskey.” Of course, there are always exceptions to the rule.
But don’t worry. It doesn’t really matter how you spell it.
What? Doesn’t Matter?
Yep. Doesn’t make a difference.
— Zac Smith