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This bottling of the High West Distillery, America's Distillery of the Year in 2016, contains a blend of straight rye whiskeys. Earlier batches of this Double Rye! were well appreciated. For straight rye at least 51% of the used grains must be rye. (46%.)
A nice introduction to bourbon whiskey, this standard bottle from Bulleit Distillery Co. A friendly price for a nice, not too complex bourbon. And then gives the extra rye in the recipe this bourbon whiskey also its own character.
This is a very special rye whiskey from FEW Spirits in Illinois. The traditionally distilled whisky matured for 2 years in charred virgin American oak barrels and was diluted to 46.5% with Oolong tea, with notes such as honey, dragon fruit and peach.
The WhistlePig distillery in Vermont, USA, makes artisanal straight rye whiskey. This rye whiskey from the Old World Cask Finish series is 12 years old and is finished in casks. which once contained Monbazillac, a 'noble sweet' dessert wine. At 43% ABV.
Rowan's Creek is a brand of straight Kentucky bourbon whisky and one of the many brands that is produced by Kentucky Bourbon Distillers . This is a small-batch bourbon, traditionally distilled and bottled by hand from newly charred oak barrels. 50.05%
Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey is a kind of bourbon. The difference is that the Jack Daniel's spirit first goes through a carbon filter and only then on the barrel. For a smoother taste. The Gentleman Jack is filtered twice and therefore even smoother.
Tennesse whiskey is a type of bourbon, but should not be called so. The producer of American Eagle solves this by calling its whisky Tennessee bourbon whiskey. This 12 year old bottling has a high corn content and is charcoal filtered and gets high scores
Rittenhouse Straight Rye Whiskey is one of the types of American whiskey produced by Heaven Hill Distilleries Inc. As the name implies, Rittenhouse is made from rye. This bottling is 100 proof, so 50% ABV. For a nice price.
Under the well-known Jack Daniel's brand, not only bourbon-like whiskeys come out, but also rye whiskey, such as this one. Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Rye is, as the name suggests, a single cask whisky and is bottled at strengths around 45%.
This Knob Creek Small Batch Kentucky straight bourbon whiskey is with its 50% ABV a bit more powerful than the average bourbon. This small batch bottling is also more intense in terms of aroma and taste, with a 'full' mouthfeel. Also great for cocktails.
The Woodford Reserve Distillery is in the heart of bourbon country and produces its whisky from copper pot stills. In addition to bourbon, Woodford also makes Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey. A pleasantly drinkable, mild rye whisky for a good price. (45,2%)
This Distiller’s Select Rye whiskey from Woodford Reserve, a small distillery in the heart of 'bourbon country', is quite complex, precisely because it is not a 100% rye whiskey, but also partly has a bourbon character. A special whisky.
About 170 years ago, Rebel Yell already made bourbon whiskey from corn and wheat. And as this bourbon was made at the time, it is still made at Lux Row Distillers today. This Small Batch Reserve is said to have matured extra long. Bottled at 45.3%.
This straight rye whiskey bottled by the American WhistlePig was distilled by the Canadian Alberta Distillers. WhistlePig finished the whiskey on barrels of charred white oak from Vermont. The 15 year old rye whiskey is bottled at 46%.
Sazerac is a brand of rye whiskey from the Buffalo Trace Distillery (and it is the name of the family business that owns that distillery). This rye-based whisky is not complex, has its own character and body, and is pleasantly drinkable. (45%)
A special whisky, this Old Potrero. It is a rye whiskey made by the Anchor Distilling Company from an 18th century recipe. Distilled in a pot still from 100% rye malt. Then it matured for 2,5 years in uncharred oak barrels, before it was bottled at 51,2%.
Like all their whiskeys and gin, this bourbon whiskey from the FEW Spirits distillery in Illinois, USA, was produced using traditional methods. In addition to corn, rye and barley malt are also used for this bourbon. Matured in charred oak.
This rye whiskey from the FEW Spirits distillery in Illinois, USA, is produced according to traditional methods. That produces a rye whiskey with fruity, sweet-spicy notes, the smell of rye bread and some pepper and pine in the taste. A real rye!
The extra rye in the Bulleit bourbon whiskey recipe gives it its own character. Matured for 10 years on charred new oak and bottled at 45.6%: this results in a bourbon with an excellent price / quality ratio.
The Knob Creek whiskeys are bottled at 100˚ proof (= 50% ABV). This also applies to this Knob Creek Rye whiskey. Yet the alcohol does not force itself. This is a mild rye whiskey with its own character. Also great for cocktails!
The Woodford Reserve Distillery is at the heart of 'bourbon country' and produces its whisky according to tradition with copper pot stills. But don't expect a bourbon in this bottle: it is a Kentucky Straight Wheat Whiskey. Be surprised! 45.2%
The Ezra Brooks Straight Rye Whiskey is, as we know, the first rye whisky from this brand. Most rye whisky, with its specific character, comes from the US and Canada. Just like this one. Matured in new American oak, bottled at 45%.
Jack Daniel's of course is known worldwide as the Tennessee variety of bourbon whiskey. It is much less known that also rye whiskey is released under the Jack Daniel's brand. We have one here, bottled in 2018 for the German market. Try one? (45%)
Sour mash and bourbon whiskey are very similar in the production process. The difference can be compared to that between sourdough and fermented bread. To investigate the difference between sour mash whiskey and bourbon, this ageless bottle is a good opti
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