What's the difference between bourbon and whiskey?!

Question: What's the difference between bourbon and whiskey?

Bourbon is whiskey.

Whiskey is aged in barrels before it is bottled and sold. A bottle of whiskey that comes from the first use of a barrel is labeled bourbon. Once a barrel has been used, any future whiskey that comes out of it is just whiskey.

Scotch is whiskey from Scotland.

Bourbon is traditionally made in Kentucky. The original was created in Bourbon County, Ky. There was a written law way back when requiring that bourbon had to be distilled in the bluegrass state. My home state.

I'm pretty sure bourban is a watered down version of whiskey. And whiskey is a watered down version of scotch. Idk but

All bourbon is whiskey but not all whiskey is bourbon. There are also rye, scotch, irish, etc.

The whiskey makes people drink a felling.

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