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Barrel-proof ryes

April 20th, 2009

Barrel-proof ryes

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.

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Buffalo Trace “Antique” Ryes

April 7th, 2009

Buffalo Trace “Antique” Ryes

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.

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Vintage Ryes

April 3rd, 2009

Vintage Ryes

Continuing the Why oh rye? whiskey comparison, a look at the 21 and 23 year old ryes bottled by KBD under the “Vintage” label.

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Rittenhouse and Black Maple Hill

March 30th, 2009

Rittenhouse and Black Maple Hill

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.

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Why oh rye?

March 29th, 2009

Why oh rye?

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.

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