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Rye whiskey is the spiciest, richest grain for making American whiskey. The most savoury too, Rye whiskeys are for true connoisseurs of US spirit, and have loads of complexity and flavour. Perfect with coffee or a fine cigar!
A great value rye from Jim Beam, commonly referred to as yellow label because it has, as you can clearly ascertain, a yellow label.
It's a favourite of whisky bible author Jim Murray, and won best… More info
After searching for months and months to find a rye whiskey worthy of their Old Scout label, the Smooth Ambler chaps discovered this tasty little devil and brought it home to their distillery in West… More info
This is the Riverboat Rye Spirit, which is not chillfiltered, somewhat of a rarity when it comes to American rye, bourbon and whiskey. This gives it a cloudy look, reminiscent of the whiskies of… More info
Coming from Pennsylvania, which used to be rather well known for its whiskeys, Dad's Hat Pennsylvania Rye looks to put the Keystone State back on the (aged grain spirit) map. It's made with a… More info
From the Dad's Hat range of ryes produced in Pennsylvania comes a port wine finished expression. It's made with the same mashbill of their classic rye (80% rye, 15% malted barley and 5% malted rye),… More info
With an ample proportion of rye in its mashbill, along with corn and malted barley, FEW Rye is a fantastic example of top-notch American craft distilling. It comes from Evanston, Illinois, a city… More info
Old Overholt is an appropriately old brand of rye whiskey and one half of "The Olds", alongside Bad Santa's favourite, Old Grand-Dad. It's a classic straight rye produced by Jim Beam. More info
A rather intriguing spirit from Fog's End distillery in Gonzales, California. This is made using 50% rye grain and 50% cane sugar, then aged for an undisclosed amount of time. Quite sweet, with a… More info
Aged for 12 months, first using new and used applewood and oak chips inside refill bourbon barrels, then finished in another ex-bourbon barrel. A mashbill of 2/3 rye and 1/3 hand malted barley (kiln… More info