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Hudson Manhattan Rye (70cl)

(70cl, 46%)

Hudson Manhattan Rye (70cl)

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Hudson Manhattan Rye 70cl Bottling Note

New York is home to many amazing things, like the Empire State Building, more pizza than you could eat in five lifetimes, and Tuthilltown Spirits - makers of the excellent Manhattan Rye! Harking back to the pre-Prohibition days where whiskey-makin' was all the rage in New York, this tipple is a stunning base for the cocktail that shares its name.

This is a 70cl bottling.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Honey'd cereal, baked strawberry and a dusting of cinnamon.

Palate: Cedar, vanilla pod earthiness, a core of juicy apricot.

Finish: Peppercorn, polished oak and green apple.

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Hudson Manhattan Rye (70cl) Reviews

A nice surprise

I wasn't expecting much from this one, as I'd had their Baby Bourbon and thought it a bit harsh, but how wrong I was! This is delicious, a really easy drinking whiskey that goes down a treat, more akin to an Irish than a bourbon I'd say.

16th November 2018

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