Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey

Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey

Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey

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Introducing Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey – a bold and distinctive expression of American craftsmanship inspired by the legendary Clyde May's commitment to quality. This exceptional rye whiskey pays homage to tradition while embracing a forward-thinking approach to distillation.

Meticulously crafted with a mash bill rich in rye, Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey captivates the senses with its deep amber hue and enticing aroma. The nose reveals a symphony of spices, including notes of black pepper, cinnamon, and a subtle hint of nutmeg, complemented by a touch of honey sweetness.

On the palate, a robust and full-bodied character unfolds, showcasing the spicy kick of rye balanced by the smoothness of the aging process. Flavors of caramel, toffee, and a touch of dried fruit create a harmonious profile that evolves with each sip. The rye spice remains a constant, providing a lively and invigorating experience.

The finish is a testament to the quality of Clyde May's craftsmanship, leaving a warm and lingering impression. Oak undertones and a gentle sweetness round out the experience, inviting enthusiasts to savor the complexity of this straight rye whiskey.

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the foundation for a classic cocktail, Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey offers a versatile and satisfying drinking experience. Embrace the spirit of innovation and tradition with each pour, as this rye whiskey embodies the essence of Clyde May's legacy in every bottle. Elevate your whiskey collection with the robust and flavorful Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey – a true testament to the art of American distillation.

Appearance:
In the glass, Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey presents a captivating deep amber color, hinting at its well-aged maturity and richness.

Nose:
The aroma is a lively dance of spices, with prominent notes of black pepper and cinnamon taking center stage. A subtle hint of nutmeg adds complexity, while a touch of honey sweetness rounds out the bouquet, offering a harmonious balance.

Palate:
With the first sip, the full-bodied and robust character of this rye whiskey unfolds. The bold spiciness of the rye is complemented by layers of caramel and toffee, creating a palate that is both invigorating and smooth. A subtle undertone of dried fruit adds a nuanced complexity to the overall flavor profile.

Finish:
Clyde May's Straight Rye Whiskey leaves a lasting impression with a finish that is warm and satisfying. The spice lingers, accompanied by the richness of oak and a gentle sweetness that evolves on the palate. The finish is both complex and well-balanced, inviting enthusiasts to savor the depth of flavor until the very end.

Clyde May's Bourbon also comes from Conecuh Ridge Distillery, so in effect, it is Alabama's State Spirit, albeit, once removed. Alabama Style Whiskey is a little bit different from bourbon as it is finished with a small amount of apples.Louisville's Luckett & Farley Designs Clyde May's Distillery in Troy, Alabama. Conecuh Brands, LLC opens its new distillery, Conecuh Ridge Distillery, in Troy, AL. The distillery will produce Clyde May's Alabama whiskey, bourbon and rye.
Conecuh Ridge Whiskey is a type of whiskey produced and officially marketed as "Clyde May's Alabama Style Whiskey" by Conecuh Ridge Distillery Inc. It is marketed as a high-quality aged moonshine whiskey which was produced illegally in Alabama during the mid to late 20th century.
This is as straight as a Straight Bourbon gets with a mash bill of 78% corn, 12% rye, and 10% malted barley. It's matured in new American oak for between four and five years and bottled at 46% ABV.
Aged 4 to 5 years in new 53 gallon oak barrels and is non-chill filtered. You get dried orchard fruits on the nose and spice on the palate. A full and smooth choice, best either on the rocks or in a May's Manhattan.
Clyde May proudly served in the Army's 77th Infantry Division during World War II. He earned a Bronze Star and a Purple Heart while commanding a 12-man rifle squad. Clyde's misfortune of being wounded in battle turned into a pretty good thing for whiskey-loving Conecuh Ridge locals.

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