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The Delaware Phoenix rye is a bold, spicy whiskey made in a rustic pre-Prohibition style. The mash bill is mostly organic rye grain with a touch of rye malt. The rye is painstakingly batch-distilled in Cheryl’s miniature copper pot still, and then rests in 10 and 25 gallon barrels for a short amount of time. The whiskey focuses on floral and high toned rye character with just a hint of vanilla from the barrels. (375ml, 100 proof) JR
Possibly the smoothest of all Bourbons. Maker's Mark is a "wheated" style bourbon, meaning that wheat is the dominate grain in the mash bill after corn. Wheat imparts sweeter and smoother flavors than the more rustic and spicy rye. Makers has a distinct Maraschino cherry liquor flavor that leaves a sweet toasty finish. Unique and utterly drinkable. JR
A fantastic deal on a four year old straight rye from the Jim Beam still. Overholt smacks of spicy rye, and is my personal favorite for making Manhattans. I recommend three parts rye to one part Dolin Rouge vermouth. JR
Warning: This Bourbon comes is a bottle shaped like a pot still. Some find this to be beautiful, while others feel that it is an eye-sore. No matter how you feel about the packaging the whisky inside is delicious. There is corn sweetness, but the finish has lots of drying rye. The oak is quite apparent, but in no way overwhelming. An overall supperior offering that has more class than most other whiskies at this price range. JR