Arguably two of the most popular alcoholic drinks, vodka and whisky can be found behind any bar and are the key ingredients in some of the most famous cocktails in the world. They are both distilled spirits and can be produced in any country. They can even be made from the same grains such as wheat and rye.
And whilst they do have a few other similarities, there is plenty that makes them distinct from one another. And it’s about time we talked you through the differences between vodka and whisky, so read on to find out in our go-to guide. By the end, you’ll be in the know as to why a classic Cosmopolitan wouldn’t be the same without vodka and why only whisky will do for a Rob Roy.