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Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey

Vendor Hochstadters
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Introducing Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey – a harmonious blend that encapsulates the essence of traditional American rye craftsmanship. Meticulously curated from the finest straight rye whiskies, this expression reflects the dedication and expertise of the Hochstadter family in producing a timeless spirit.

Exceptional Blending: Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey is a carefully curated fusion of distinct straight rye whiskies. Each component is selected for its unique characteristics, contributing to a final blend that is greater than the sum of its parts. The result is a whiskey that strikes a perfect balance between spice, sweetness, and depth.

Rich and Robust Flavor Profile: Experience a symphony of flavors with every sip. Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey unveils a bold and robust character, featuring prominent rye spiciness complemented by hints of caramel, vanilla, and a touch of honey. The carefully balanced medley of flavors makes this whiskey versatile for sipping neat or as a key component in your favorite cocktails.

Versatile Enjoyment: Whether you're a seasoned whiskey enthusiast or a casual drinker, Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey offers a versatile drinking experience. Enjoy it neat to savor the intricate layers of flavor, or use it as the foundation for classic rye-based cocktails like the Old Fashioned or Manhattan.

Craftsmanship in Every Bottle: Crafted with precision and passion, each bottle of Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey represents the commitment to quality that has been a hallmark of the Hochstadter family. The attention to detail in the blending process ensures a consistently exceptional product, making it a reliable choice for those seeking a high-quality rye whiskey.

Classic Elegance: Presented in a thoughtfully designed bottle, Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey pays homage to the classic aesthetic of American whiskey. The label reflects the brand's heritage, while the whiskey inside embodies the timeless tradition of straight rye craftsmanship.

Elevate your whiskey collection with Hochstadter's Vatted Straight Rye Whiskey – a meticulously crafted blend that captures the essence of American rye with finesse and flavor.

ABV

50%

Tasting Notes

Theres dill pickle, peach iced tea, mint leaves, and boysenberry syrup on the nose. With water, sliced apple and pear, and a chalky sugary sweetness. The palate is piney, with rich dark chocolate and coffee. A tangy finish brings with it citrus and mint oil.

Distillery Information

A straight-rye must be aged for at least two years in barrel. If aged less than four years an age statement must be included on the bottle. ◦ High-rye: Any whiskey with more than 51% rye but typically containing around 70% rye. ◦ Empire rye: A straight rye whiskey produced in New York State with at least 75% rye.Made from 100 percent farm-grown rye grain and aged 16 years in newly charred American Oak Barrels, this rare and bold offering is sourced from Alberta Distillers Limited and bottled at cask strength in Philadelphia, PA.His grandfather, Maurice, founded Cooper Brewery in the early 20th century and his father, Sky, worked at Charles Jacquin et Cie, a distillery in Pennsylvania. Hochstadter's Slow and Low Rock & Rye is made in Philadelphia "the birthplace of Rock & Rye" with a backbone of straight 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.Rye whiskey was historically the prevalent whiskey in the northeastern states, especially Pennsylvania, New York and Maryland. Pittsburgh was the center of rye whiskey production in the late 1700s and early 1800s.
The world's oldest whiskey distillery in Bushmills is a true testament to the rich heritage of whiskey-making.

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