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Rendezvous® Rye is a blend of two exotic straight rye whiskies; one old, and one young. It marries the rich aromatic qualities of a 16-year-old rye with the bold spicy properties of 6-year-old rye to ...
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Pikesville Straight Rye Whiskey refuses to be forgotten. First produced in Maryland in the 1890s, the brand, along with the rest of the once-booming Maryland Rye industry, was shuttered by prohibition. ...
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Redemption Rye’s goal is to bring back the classic American Rye cocktail. While the Federal law states that a whiskey must be 51% rye grain to be classified as a rye we chose to push our grain content ...
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Handmade from 100% local rye purchased from Dave and Jim Wherry in Fulton, Illinois. Our rye is a unique spirit that showcases the wonderful spiciness of this one-of-a-kind grain along with the delicate ...
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... the Single Barrel Collection and first new grain bill in 100 years, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Rye. This expression marks the first time consumers can experience a fully matured rye product from Jack ...
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Cedar Ridge Malted Rye Whiskey is making history since its late 2014 release! As opposed to other rye whiskeys, which are quite common, Cedar Ridge uses malted rye in its grain bill. To malt, the rye grains ...
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Inspired by an old Pow-wow recipe for infusing Rye whiskey with herbs & spices, we have taken a fine Rye whiskey matured in new, charred oak barrels, and carefully infused it in tiny batches, over an extended ...
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Once a popular spirit in the United States, Rye Whiskey was a key ingredient in numerous classic cocktails including The Manhattan, The Whiskey Sour, The Sazerac, and The Old Fashioned. This was changed ...
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Medium-amber color, citrusy aromas opening up to caramel scent. Big flavors of tobacco, oak, and leather lead to a lingering, tannic, alcoholic and slightly bitter finish. Cocktail purists will love the ...
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Made with a blend of the finest quality rye to create an extraordinarily smooth yet spicy finish. Shades of gold to light amber. Bold rye spiciness with undertones of vanilla and oak. Expansive notes of ...
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James Oliver Rye Whiskey has a golden amber color, along with an aroma of granola, greek yogurt, rye and peppercorn. Notes of spicy grains, buttered dough and roasted nuts dominate the palate, and give ...
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Located in the heart of the historic Hudson Valley, Hillrock Estate Distillery is proud to be one of the few field-to-glass whiskey producers in the world, as well as the first U.S. distillery since before ...
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Wild Turkey Straight Rye Whiskey is an 81 proof (40.5% alcohol) ode to America’s first distilled spirit: rye whiskey. When making Wild Turkey Rye, we use a deeper, “alligator” char for ...
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George Dickel Rye Whisky is the only rye finished in the style that made George famous. We start with the finest rye whisky available, made from 95% rye and 5% malted barley. Then we finish it the Dickel ...
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Rough Rider Bull Moose Three Barrel Rye Whisky is handcrafted and aged in three type of casks to yield complexity and richness. The journey begins with a small in New American Oak casks where the small ...
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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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