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In the eighteenth century, spelling was not as refined as today and in the historical literature we see Washington's whiskey referred to as "whiskie", "whiskey", and "whiski."
The two account ledgers which document the distillery's transactions record a variety of whiskies sold including: whiskey, common, rectified, rectified 4th proof, whiskie strong proof, fine rectified whiskey, rye whiskey, double distilled, and spirits.
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