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The basic raw material for this whiskey is of course rye, possibly with other grains. Rye whiskey is mainly produced in the USA and Canada. The rules for maturing and permitted additives differ per production area.
The '95' on the label of this Bulleit rye whiskey stands for the percentage of rye in the mash. And that is a lot. If you want to know what a real rye whiskey tastes like, then this American Bulleit is a good example. And that for a reasonable price!
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%.
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!
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%.
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!
This Canadian rye whisky is made from locally harvested rye and distilled in two rounds in pot-stills. De Lot No. 40 is intense in aroma and taste. Of course there are notes of rye bread, but also of oak, herbs and vanilla. A classic rye whisky!
According to our records, Michter’s Distillery is closed. But we still have this Single Barrel straight rye whiskey for the enthusiast. Woodchips, liquorice, maple and cough syrup are the dominant notes, with flowers and pepper underneath. 42.4%
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.
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