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The whiskey is named for the Sazerac Coffee House in New Orleans, birthplace of the famous – and sublime – Sazerac cocktail. The Coffee House was acquired by Thomas H Handy, owner also of Peychaud’s Bitters. Originally, he sold bottles of the Sazerac cocktail, which was originally made with Cognac. Today, this glorious libation is produced at the Buffalo Trace distillery.
A sweet, balanced nose with allspice and ginger, orange peels and pepper. The palate is thick and mouthwatering with syrupy notes of over ripe Seville oranges and ground spices, beautiful delivery. The finish is of medium-length with tingling sweet spices.
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Difficult to find outsuide of Louisiana but a Superior Rye whiskey in its price range. Not to be confused with the 18 yr. and Thomas H. Handy versions but nonetheless, a great rye and a great value. Though easy to enjoy neat, this is excellent in Manhattans and Sazerac cocktails! If you can find it, buy it!
18th April 2016
I was recommended this whiskey by a few friends. I normally drink bourbon but I normally enjoy all whiskey types and price ranges. This whiskey was almost unbearable to me. It fell flat and tasted like corn.
9th April 2015
It is the best rye whiskey I have had for old fashions.
4th April 2015
Awesome rye , live in the land of Alberta premium , but this one stands out there with the best . I have ordered 1 more bottle . only 11 bottles left in BRITISH COLUMBIA .
24th February 2015
been through dozens of Bourbons/ryes on the hunt for the perfect rich smooth nectar..this is it. There aren't many that you could glug from the bottle "cowboy" style without a small wince.. but this is so smooth... caramel, orange spice, malt (i know its a rye!).. just a perfect whisky for the price..My favorite Buffalo Trace product ...(and i know all the Winkles)...DO NOT use as a mixer...neat or with a splash is the way
11th February 2015
I was hoping for some trickle down of the genius that is the Jim Murray whisky of the year; which is one of the most intense taste sensations I have experienced. This is really just very disappointing- it bears no relation to that illustrious drink. Its not bad, it just really offers no reason to invest the time or the money to get to know it, Bland. Huge disappointment, and a lot of money for a cocktail ingredient.
29th October 2014
Stunning rye whiskey, quite bowled over by it and a complete punt. Big glass, block of ice, job jobbed. Makes the families insistence on watching x-factor almost bearable, it's that good!
25th October 2014
We're storming through it tonight and its outstanding people!!! Don't mix it, touch of ice at the most!
5th September 2014
This is a great whiskey to stock in the bar. Excellent straight or in cocktails. I wish they sold an 8 or 10 year old expression of this 6 year old whiskey, and I also think it would be great at 50% abv. That said, for a readily available whiskey, this blows away the basic whiskeys like Jim Beam.
4th July 2014
Hello there! We do indeed sell the Herbsaint liqueur, which you can find here: http://www.masterofmalt.com/liqueurs/sazerac/herbsaint-liqueur-danis-liqueur/. Enjoy your cocktail! --The Chaps at Master of Malt
26th June 2014
this whisky is fab. I want to make the cocktail do you sell Herbsaint?
25th June 2014
Hi there, unfortunately this is a seasonal release, and it tends to fly off the shelves! Naturally, if you can find any, do give us a tip ;) It will become available again in 2014. --The Chaps at Master of Malt
26th November 2013
Everywhere is sold out of this. When will there be more?!
25th November 2013
Hands down best Rye I've had, and from the states second only to Noah's Mill, this is one of the most intense, rich and borderline overwhelmingly spicy whiskies available, the fact it doesn't overpower is what makes it stand out so much. Would say, if you are dipping your toe in bourbon/rye whiskies, maybe start with something a little lighter and progress up.
16th November 2013
Beautiful rye, one of my favourite whiskeys, lovely and smooth and sweet with no bite that some ryes and bourbon have.
29th September 2013
We had this at one of the Manchester Whisky club tastings and I was really impressed. A supple rye yet with firm flavours including orange, ginger, lots of spice and a tickle of dark chocolate. Yum
31st July 2013
Second only to Rittenhouse as my favourite rye bourbon, the flavour is exactly as the previous reviewer described and it definitely stands apart from other bourbons in terms of quality and flavour. Top class!
25th May 2013
A very interesting whiskey. I took a sip and there was very little flavour at all then !BOOM! the tip of my tongue got hit by an intensely spicy, orangey and syrupy blast, focused at the tip of the tongue. Long after the whiskey has been swallowed the spices and orange tingle on the tip of your tongue.I definitely recommend this, never tried anything like it before!
4th May 2012