The nightlife all over the world has evolved drastically over the years. Nightclubs have replaced the classy old gatherings of people meeting every fortnight. However, no matter how much these clubbing culture lads boast of their party trends, the best-in-class dinners with scotch whiskeys would always be the perfect party idea for men. The excitement of beer and vodka can't replace the class of a perfectly made whiskey in Ironton Distillery Denver, Colorado.

Enjoying the night with well-suited ladies and gentlemen enjoying slow dancing on classic salsa beats on a candle-lit night, and the bar lit up with the best whiskeys would turn any boy into a man. If you plan to throw one such party, remember to research the best whiskey types and distilleries. Your choice of whiskey alone defines what you are up to.

To give you a fair idea, we have prepared a list of some of the most excellent whiskey types to go with:

Malt Whiskey

In the good old days, farmers in Scotland prepared malt whiskeys using barleys from their own farms. They had to precisely pick the most excellent barley granules, which involved a lot of physical work to manufacture one of the finest whiskeys in the world. However, the Industrial Revolution replaced the physical effort with modern machinery, but the taste was good. It eased the process.

Malt whiskey from Scotland is still one of the most loved drinks worldwide, and they sell it at a high price, too, as it takes 3 years and 1 day for the whiskey to mature. After processing the barley in distilleries (in pot stills), they keep it untouched for 3 years and then sell it.

Grain Whiskey

This kind of whiskey doesn't require a particular malt, like barley. The farmers produce these kinds of whiskey using wheat, corn, and other grains. At times, they use a mixture of multiple grains, which adds to the variety of the whiskey. In the past, they used corn to manufacture the same using column stills for distillation. Nowadays, mostly wheat is there, distilled with modern equipment.

The advantage of producing grain whiskey over malt whiskey is that the grain whiskey takes less time to mature.

Blended Whiskey

Now, this is where art and alcohol meet, or let's say, 'blend.' Blending whiskeys for the perfect taste is only some people's cup of tea. You need years of experience in this field to gain expertise to the extent that you can make the best-blended whiskey. For those who don't know what blended whiskey is, it is a mixture of two or more whiskeys of various categories (usually grain), which adds to the flavor and variety.

The connoisseurs determine the taste of the whiskeys by checking out the ratio of different whiskeys. The amount of malt whiskey added to the blend substantially impacts the flavor of the whiskey thus made. An expert in the field has the perfect idea of what to blend in what amount.

Bourbon Whiskey

Another premium-quality whiskey from the US, the bourbon whiskey, has a solid fan base worldwide. One of the types of bourbon whiskey manufactured in Tennessee has an extraordinary demand; as they say, it's one of the purest breeds of bourbon. Other than that, the credit for increasing bourbon production goes to Kentucky, as it is the heart of bourbon whiskey. 

It really tastes great.

There are a few factors that set bourbon apart. 51% of the content comes from corn. The maturity time for an ideal bourbon whiskey is around 4 years. The government even has specific laws catering to them. Although pot stills have replaced column stills in many parts of the world, Americans still use column stills for distillation.

Rye Whiskey

Rye, a member of the wheat tribe usually grown in the Americas, is one of the most beautiful grains for manufacturing whiskey. The US used to be the largest manufacturer of Rye whiskey once. However, nowadays, rye whiskey is mainly produced in and around Canada and some US states. It takes up to 2 years to mature and has one of the most exquisite tastes. It comes at a dear rate, too.

Talking about ingredients, it consists mainly of Rye, which the farmers ferment and distill column stills and then leave untouched for about 2 years. However, the taste you get after two years is worth waiting for. Not only available in single malt, but rye whiskey also significantly contributes to typical Canadian blends.

While Rye whiskey is available on a reasonable scale alone, blended whiskeys,, with a rye contribution are, being sold at a wide range all over Canada. It's an excellent taste for connoisseurs as well.

Fun Fact: Using Music for Whiskey Aging

While it might sound new to some people, it is a widely popular method for aging whiskey. In the older times, when the demand for whiskey was lower than that of today, farmers used to lay back, storing whiskey for 3-4 years. Well, you would already be aware that the older the whiskey gets, the tastier it tastes. So, music was a catalyst for the process of aging.

It's not an orthodox belief but a scientific fact that Whiskeys turn older when exposed to music; they age faster. The music makes the whiskey molecules move to and fro, creating friction. When exposed to friction, the molecules age faster than still ones. Nowadays, this process is becoming popular widely with the age of high whiskey demand all over the world. EDMs and Sonic beats are mostly there with the whiskey for them to age quickly.

Now you have quite the idea of the various types of whiskeys there worldwide. So, if you throw a classic vintage party with your gang of gentlemen, remember to reread it.