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So you're right! We have now amended the bottling note to reflect the change. -The Chaps at Master of Malt
11th April 2014
Just FYI, American Rye Whiskey only need be aged to be Rye Whiskey, not for any time period. It must be aged two years or more to be called "Straight Rye Whiskey", but it can be aged one second in new charred oak barrels and be called Rye Whiskey. Cheers!
10th April 2014