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In the Icelandic tradition, Eimverk Distillery uses sheep dung to make its smoked Floki single malt, one of the many whiskies it produces.
From humble origins, grappa has become a luxury spirit, with some American distillers emulating the uniquely Italian drink.
The bitterly refreshing liqueur is commonly enjoyed in France as an aperitif served over ice with a squeeze of fresh lemon juice.
Distillers in New York, Michigan, and beyond are turning to maple syrup casks to impart a touch of sweetness to their bourbon or rye.
These liqueurs lean on honey, spice, and cream flavors to present a gentler whisky option for cocktails or straight sipping.
Distillers across the country are giving back to causes they care about through the whiskies they make.