What's in a name? 1512 Spirits Aged Rye Whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled 1512 Spirits Aged Rye Whisky, rather than whiskey.
I'm pretty new to whiskey and rye but out of all the whiskey i've tried, this is one of my favourites. It taste like a piece of timber. In the most amazing way possible. I just wish it was a little cheaper considering the bottle is only 37. If i ever go to america, i will definitely be going to 1512 Barber shop.
5th May 2014
cmon, 55 pounds for 37cl of rye! totally unjustifiable (same for the Hudson whiskeys).
The T. Handy Sazerac (70cl!) in the USA cost 80 or 90$ and is surely much better of this...
1st July 2013