最近负责设计过ITC Vino Bianco的德国Biedenkopf的设计师Jochen Schuss，将ITC Whiskey设计为一款缩窄的同时具有棱角却又柔和的显示字体。虽然Whiskey的字母形式很明显是罗马体，但从很多方面都能略微让人联想到哥特黑体：字体的细窄部分、深色的字重以及反复出现的内角——并非传统的德国textura中常见的45度角，而是平缓的25或30度角。圆润的字怀以及笔画末端，这些都赋予了Whiskey一种舒适的有好感，尽管其结构很严谨。字符集包括替代字符的“z”和“ft”连字。<br><br>
Jochen Schuss, the Biedenkopf, Germany, designer who was most recently responsible for ITC Vino Bianco, has created in ITC Whiskey a condensed display face that's both angular and soft at the same time. While the letterforms of Whiskey are clearly roman, there's a slight reminiscence of blackletter in the face's narrow proportions, its dark weight, and its persistent internal angle - not quite the 45 degrees common in a classic German textura, but a gentler angle of 25 or 30 degrees. And the counters are all rounded, as are the ends of all the strokes, giving Whiskey a comfortable friendliness despite its severe structure. The character set includes an alternate z" and an "ft" ligature."