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Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey

Vendor Elvis
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Indulge in a taste of rock 'n' roll nostalgia with Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey, a tribute to the King's insatiable appetite for life. Crafted with meticulous care and the finest ingredients, this exceptional whiskey captures the essence of Elvis's midnight cravings, offering a smooth and satisfying drinking experience that will leave you craving more.

Craftsmanship and Quality: Crafted with precision and passion, Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey exemplifies the commitment to quality and tradition that defines the Elvis Presley brand. Made with the finest ingredients and aged to perfection, this whiskey is a testament to the dedication and skill of the master distillers who crafted it.

Tribute to a Legend: Named in honor of Elvis's midnight snacking habits, this whiskey celebrates the King's larger-than-life personality and his love of life's simple pleasures. From peanut butter and banana sandwiches to chocolate-covered bacon, Elvis had a penchant for indulgent snacks, and this whiskey is a fitting tribute to his legendary appetite.

Collector's Edition: Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey is a collector's edition offering, available only for a limited time and in limited quantities. Each bottle is adorned with the iconic image of Elvis enjoying one of his favorite midnight snacks, making it a prized addition to any whiskey collection or Elvis memorabilia.


Tasting Notes

Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey pours into the glass with a luscious amber hue, reminiscent of the decadence of a midnight feast.

Upon nosing, the aroma unfolds with inviting notes of creamy caramel and rich chocolate, evoking memories of indulgent late-night treats. Subtle hints of toasted nuts and vanilla add depth to the bouquet, tantalizing the senses with their complexity.

With the first sip, Elvis Whiskey Midnight Snack Whiskey envelops the palate in a velvety embrace. Luxurious flavors of caramel and chocolate dominate the forefront, offering a decadent sweetness that is perfectly balanced by hints of toasted nuts and spice. The whiskey's smooth and creamy texture coats the tongue, delivering a satisfying drinking experience that lingers long after the last sip.

The finish is long and lingering, with echoes of caramel and chocolate that gradually fade into a warm, comforting embrace. A subtle hint of spice adds a final flourish, inviting another sip and prolonging the pleasure of the tasting experience. As the flavors dissipate, a sense of contentment settles in, leaving a lasting impression of satisfaction and enjoyment.

Distillery Information

Elvis Straight Rye is blended from a mash bill of 95% rye and 5% malted barley by a team of experts before being bottled at 45% (90 proof). The Rye is bottled in Tennessee, where Elvis began his career and where he called home.
Grain & Barrel, a Charleston SC based spirits company, launched the Elvis Whiskey collection in 2021. Given Grain & Barrel's expertise within premium spirits, the Elvis Whiskey expressions are a natural fit for the company.
Rye's mash bill must, by law, consist of at least 51% rye. Most rye whiskeys use malted barley or corn as the other grains. As with bourbon, ground grain is mixed with water and a bit of mash from a previous distillation, in what's known as a sour-mash process.
Nothing can be added to a straight rye: no colorings, flavors, or additional spirits are allowed if it's going to claim straight status. As can be garnered from the nomenclature, this is rye whiskey and only rye whiskey.
Rye production soon took off in Maryland and Pennsylvania. Monongahela, Pennsylvania became one of the main locations for Rye Whiskey production, including the Joseph Sinnet Distillery, that eventually grew to have locations in Boston, Georgia and Louisiana.