¨SUPERVISOR : Prof. DR. Mehmet D. ÖNER
¨INTRODUCTION: ÇİĞDEM FAAL
¨PROCESS DESCRIPTION AND MATERIAL BALANCE: ŞEYMA MARANGOZ
¨PLANT LOCATION: FATİH BATMAZ
¨QUALITY CONTROL:DİLAN KOÇ
¨EQUIPMENTS: MUZAKKİR SULTAN
¨COST ANALYSIS : ÖZGE DİNÇ
¨ Whisky or whiskey is a type of distilled alcoholic beverage made from fermented grain mash. Various grains (which may be malted) are used for different varieties, including barley, corn (maize), rye, and wheat. Whisky is typically aged in wooden casks, generally made of charred white oak.
¨Whisky is made via distillation of fermented grain and first records of that process was found in the archeological digs of millennia BC Babylon and Mesopotamia. Initially used for creation of perfumes and aromas, distillation 2nd slowly spread across the ancient civilizations where it received numerous adaptations and improvements, finally finding its home behind the walls of the European Christian monasteries.
¨Popularity of whisky continued to grew during the early years of 16th century, until 1541 when English King Henry VIII dissolved monasteries in Scotland. This event forced newly unemployed monks to start private production of whisky, and they soon spread their knowledge across entire Scotland.
¨Popularity of whisky continues to grow with each passing year, and in 2009 Scottish brewers managed to export record breaking 1.1 billion bottles of whisky to the customers around the world.
¨Types of whisky
¨The whiskey can be categorized according to their origin, the best known are:
¨Scotch Whisky – Scotland
¨Irish Whiskey – Ireland
¨Canadian Whisky – Canada
¨American Whiskey – USA
¨Whisky Wales – Wales
¨Japanese Whisky – Japan
¨Indian Whisky – India
¨There are other types of whiskey mostly from Europe.
¨Scotch:Also called Scotch is a whiskey distilled in Scotland only. It is one of the most renowned whiskeys in the world, with hundreds of brand name and tradition
¨Indian Whisky:It is produced from the distillation of molasses ferments different, so it is most often associated with the rum.