Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey

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Introducing Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey – a bold and exceptional expression of American craftsmanship from the heart of Washington State. Meticulously distilled by Dry Fly Distilling, this cask-strength whiskey stands as a testament to the dedication and passion that defines the art of small-batch distillation.

Crafted from 100% locally sourced soft white wheat, this whiskey carries the essence of the Pacific Northwest in every sip. The choice of wheat imparts a smooth and approachable character, distinguishing it from traditional grain recipes. The Cask Strength edition intensifies this experience, presenting the whiskey in its purest, unadulterated form.

At first glance, the whiskey boasts a deep amber hue, hinting at the years spent maturing in charred American oak barrels. The nose is a symphony of rich caramel, vanilla, and subtle hints of oak, enticing you to explore the complexity that lies within each bottle.

On the palate, the full-bodied and unapologetic strength of the whiskey unfolds, revealing a remarkable fusion of flavors. Notes of toffee, honey, and baking spices dance on the taste buds, while the warmth of the cask strength adds depth and intensity. The mouthfeel is luscious, coating the palate in a velvety embrace.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lingering warmth that invites contemplation. Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey is a connoisseur's delight, best enjoyed neat or with a splash of water to unlock its full spectrum of flavors.

Indulge in the rich heritage and bold innovation of Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey – a true celebration of American distilling excellence. Each bottle is a testament to the artistry of small-batch production, ensuring an unforgettable whiskey experience for those seeking depth, character, and a taste of the Pacific Northwest's finest craftsmanship.

Deep amber, with hues of rich mahogany, a visual testament to the whiskey's time maturing in charred American oak barrels.

The aroma is a captivating blend of sweet caramel and vanilla, enveloped by a subtle charred oak essence. As the glass breathes, intricate layers of toffee, honey, and a hint of nuttiness emerge, creating a complex and inviting bouquet.

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey unfolds on the palate with an assertive and full-bodied entry. The high-quality soft white wheat takes center stage, delivering a smooth and luscious mouthfeel. The intensified cask strength amplifies the flavors, revealing notes of toffee, honeycomb, and a medley of baking spices that dance across the taste buds.

The finish is long and satisfying, with a lingering warmth that gradually fades into echoes of sweet caramel and a gentle touch of oak. The whiskey's complexity leaves a lasting impression, inviting contemplation and a desire for another sip.

Dry Fly Distilling is a farm-to-bottle distillery in Spokane, Washington. They are a complete grain-to-glass operation, making vodka, gin and whiskey using only locally grown grains and botanicals.Cask-strength whiskey is bottled from the barrel, completely unadulterated (meaning it hasn't been diluted with water) and is generally between 60 to 65 percent ABV.
A “cask strength” or “barrel strength” bourbon (or any barreled liquor really) is bottled at the exact same alcohol-by-volume (ABV) as it is aged in the barrel. In other words, it isn't watered (or “proofed”) down, a very common—and legal—practice to make liquors more drinkable and palatable to the general public.Is produced at a distillery in Scotland from water and malted barley (to which only whole grains of other cereals may be added) all of which have been: Converted at that distillery to a fermentable substrate only by endogenous enzyme systems. Distilled at an alcoholic strength by volume of less than 94.8% (190 US proof ...
Dry Fly's original 100% Wheat Whiskey at barrel strength. Aged over 3 years in new, 53 gallon American Oak it is the bolder and stronger version of a Dry Fly Classic.
A wheated whiskey, on the other hand, is one where wheat is the major secondary grain—behind corn in the case of wheated bourbons, for example. Well-known “wheaters” include popular names like Van Winkle, W.L. Weller, Maker's Mark, and Larceny.

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