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... Welter is aged for less then 24 hours in new white oak. Its mash bill is the same as the Ravenswood Rye, which is to say it’s a heavily wheated organic rye. The notes on this fresh light product are ...
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Slightly sweets with notes of vanilla and caramel. Exceptionally smooth, with a well balanced, medium finish.
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We think you can never have too much rye, so our High-Rye Bourbon mash-bill approaches the upper limit of allowable rye grain in a bourbon mash-bill. Bottled at 92 proof the dry spiciness of the rye balances ...
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Mahogany in color, the nose is sweet with honey, oak and vanilla. The body is big and buttery, and the palate has lots of guts?notes of cocoa, raisins, and an incredible spiciness burst through a backdrop ...
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Corsair Quinoa Whiskey is made from 80% malted barley and 20% from unmalted red and white quinoa seeds from Bolivia. The malted barley breaks down to 63% untoasted/unroasted 2-row barley, and 17% from kiln-toasted ...
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James E. Pepper 1776 Straight Bourbon 100 Proof is Not Chill-Filtered. Over 38% Rye in the Mash Bill. Rich Bourbon Sweetness & Rye Spice; vanilla, honey, chocolate & cloves. Neat, over ice, or in a proper ...
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A masterful union of well-bred bourbons. One, a spirited bourbon with a decidedly rye mash bill, unmistakably oaky and strong. Two, a disarmingly-smooth, wheated bourbon to soften the edges, yet intensify ...
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... grilled peppers, cayenne pepper and chilis. Notes of chewy leather, toasted wheat, caramel, vanilla, spicy rye, and buttered almonds dominate the palate. Finish accented by touches of spicy rye and moist tobacco.
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Lexington Bourbon combines the highest quality select grains of rye, malted barley and corn with purified water. The rye provides the perfect level of spice, while the malted barley allows the sweetness ...
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... Brown in 1870. Twice-distilled, this remarkable spirit is crafted using a precise grain recipe of corn, rye and malted barley. Old Forester is richer in rye than most bourbons, resulting in a uniquely full, ...
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... named after Basil Hayden, a distiller known for producing bourbon whiskey with a higher percentage of rye. This recipe has been passed along to create this unique bourbon with high rye known for its lighter, ...
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... combines the smooth flavor of Rebel Yell Kentucky straight bourbon with the spiciness of Rebel Yell Rye. An incredible smooth palate for a 90 proof whiskey, with a dense fruity note and a touch of wheat ...
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... recipe yields this fine sipping bourbon, distilled from native American corn, locally sourced barley, rye, and wheat. This bourbon has a sweet oaky aroma layered with woody flavors, and finishes with hints ...
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... of sweet caramel and honey, with subtle notes of winter spices. There is vanilla, pleasantly sweet notes, and bold rye spice on the palate which lingers on the finish. The oak notes are evident as well.
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Bottled from hand selected barrels, Calumet has a customary mash bill of corn, rye and malted barley that offers a sweet, flawless finish. Glowing with butterscotch and soft oak, Calumet’s harmonious ...
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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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