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Wiki Test

The letters of blue words are jumbled up! Can you correct them?

Laws in several jurisdictions require that wkeishy be aged in wdooen barrels.

The law in the United States requires “straight” wehyksi (with the exception of corn whiskey) must be esrotd for at least 2 years in oak containers, [5] and that Bourbon (in specific) must be aged in enw, charred oak barrels as one of several necessary conditions which have to be met before the whiskey can be labeled as a burobon whiskey.

lIeanritanont laws require any whisky bearing the label “Scotch” to be distilled in tlaSdcno and matured for a minimum of three years and one day in oak casks. [6]

By Canadian law, [7] adnCaina skswhiei must “be aged in small wood for not less than 3 years”.

Choose from the following words:

  • scotland
  • whiskey
  • stored
  • whiskey
  • bourbon
  • new
  • whiskies
  • canadian
  • wooden
  • international

The above words with their middle letters scrambled:

  • stoalcnd
  • wskeihy
  • soretd
  • wkisehy
  • boburon
  • new
  • wksiiehs
  • cdaanain
  • wedoon
  • iannaotitnerl

Fill in the missing words:

Laws in several jurisdictions require that _______ be aged in ______ barrels.

The law in the United States requires “straight” _______ (with the exception of corn whiskey) must be ______ for at least 2 years in oak containers, [5] and that Bourbon (in specific) must be aged in ___, charred oak barrels as one of several necessary conditions which have to be met before the whiskey can be labeled as a _______ whiskey.

_____________ laws require any whisky bearing the label “Scotch” to be distilled in ________ and matured for a minimum of three years and one day in oak casks. [6]

By Canadian law, [7] ________ ________ must “be aged in small wood for not less than 3 years”.

Choose from the following words:

  • scotland
  • whiskey
  • stored
  • whiskey
  • bourbon
  • new
  • whiskies
  • canadian
  • wooden
  • international

The original text:

Laws in several jurisdictions require that whiskey be aged in wooden barrels.

The law in the United States requires “straight” whiskey (with the exception of corn whiskey) must be stored for at least 2 years in oak containers, [5] and that Bourbon (in specific) must be aged in new, charred oak barrels as one of several necessary conditions which have to be met before the whiskey can be labeled as a bourbon whiskey.

International laws require any whisky bearing the label “Scotch” to be distilled in Scotland and matured for a minimum of three years and one day in oak casks. [6]

By Canadian law, [7] Canadian whiskies must “be aged in small wood for not less than 3 years”.

Important words:

  • laws
  • jurisdictions
  • require
  • whiskey
  • aged
  • wooden
  • barrels
  • law
  • united
  • states
  • requires
  • exception
  • corn
  • stored
  • years
  • oak
  • containers
  • bourbon
  • specific
  • new
  • charred
  • necessary
  • conditions
  • met
  • labeled
  • international
  • whisky
  • bearing
  • label
  • distilled
  • scotland
  • matured
  • minimum
  • day
  • casks
  • canadian
  • whiskies
  • small
  • wood


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