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... warm spices. Notes of oak, allspice and cinnamon give way to hints of creamy vanilla, roasted nuts and rye bread on the palate. Long, slightly sweet finish. Rye: Golden honey color, along with an aroma of ...
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... copper pot still at the Anchor distillery on San Francisco’s Potrero Hill, from a mash of 100% rye malt. Rye was the grain of choice for America’s first distillers, and using a mash of 100% rye ...
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Besides our unique high-rye mash bill we owe our success to careful mingling of casks at each bottling and the perfect Breckenridge snowmelt water used for proofing. The natural minerality of our water ...
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The unique bourbon taste of Makera s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Makera s Mark has a taste that took year to perfect
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... old-fashioned methods, using the finest natural ingredients, including at least 51% corn, along with barley and rye. Jimmy Russell states that 80 is an unpretentious, yet finely crafted bourbon. It’s ideal on the rocks ...
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... There are notes of melted salty butter on granary toast, there are notes of toasty oak and a touch of rye with caramel sweetness. The palate is quite peppy and full. There are notes of candy floss and nut ...
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Made to the same formula since 1795, this giant of the category is aged for four years in oak barrels to create a smooth, mellow taste with hints of spice. Rich & smooth. Great mixed, on the rocks or straight ...
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... serious Bourbon lovers alike. Substantial more kick than your average bourbon. 6 years of aging smooths out the feathers real well. It has a relatively high rye content giving it a great peppery kick.
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The nose is quite pungent and peppy with notes of marmalade and toasty oak. Here is a hint of smoke with a beautiful, creamy banana milkshake. The palate is quite full with notes of zesty orange, a hint ...
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The unique bourbon taste of Makera s Mark can actually be attributed to pure, iron-free limestone spring water. Full-flavored, yet remarkably easy to drink, Makera s Mark has a taste that took year to perfect
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Jim Beam Devil’s Cut, an extraordinary new bourbon experience, a proprietary process was developed that actually pulls the rich whiskey trapped inside the barrels’ wood after they’re emptied. They hold ...
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... spirit matured in virgin American white oak barrels. Both the nose and palate offer a bold note of spicy rye, complemented by mature fruit, vanilla, toffee and oak. Hints of caramel and roasted nuts appear on ...
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On the nose, the classic Maker’s Mark sweetness peaks through a veil of spice. Cinnamon, clove, and allspice appear before making way for the classic Maker’s signature vanilla and caramel notes to arrive. ...
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Made to the same formula since 1795, this giant of the category is aged for four years in oak barrels to create a smooth, mellow taste with hints of spice. Rich & smooth. Great mixed, on the rocks or straight ...
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Jim Beam Devil’s Cut, an extraordinary new bourbon experience, a proprietary process was developed that actually pulls the rich whiskey trapped inside the barrels’ wood after they’re emptied. They hold ...
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As with other varieties, rye whiskey gets its name because of its mash being composed mostly of rye. The spirit is distilled and aged in new barrels to enhance its flavor. Formerly produced in regions throughout the country, most distilleries are now concentrated in Kentucky.

Rye whiskey has been in a bit of a popularity contest with bourbon. Although both are whiskey, the two styles are rather different. Rye offers spicy, fruity notes with a zesty finish and dryness that cut through cocktail mixers. It has a lighter body than bourbon but is still robust. Bartenders started to favor bourbon for its sweet and smooth characteristics that would blend better in cocktails. Lately, there has been a resurgence in the popularity of rye whiskey.

Try an alternative to the sweet whiskeys with rye whiskey that will really stand out. Browse our selection at Wine Chateau to search for the top labels in the trade with a variety of styles and profiles.

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