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Continuing the Why oh rye? whiskey comparison, a look at two heavily aged, barrel-proof ryes – LeNell’s Red Hook Rye and The Bitter Truth 24 year old.
Continuing the Why oh rye? whiskey comparison, a look at the Sazerac 18 year old rye and two different editions of the Thomas H. Handy Sazerac rye, all from the Buffalo Trace Distillery.
Continuing the Why oh rye? whiskey comparison, a look at the 21 and 23 year old ryes bottled by KBD under the “Vintage” label.
Starting the Why oh rye? rye comparison are two heavily aged, limited edition whiskeys – the 21 year old Rittenhouse and the 23 year old Black Maple Hill.
Having first tried rye, Bourbon’s older, tougher brother, just two years ago I quickly fell in love with it. Since then I have slowly amassed a collection of premium rye whiskeys and over the next week nine will be put head-to-head to see which are worth the dollar.