Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey

Vendor Jefferson's
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Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey represents the pinnacle of whiskey craftsmanship, blending traditional rye whiskey with innovative cask finishing techniques. Crafted with precision and care, this expression offers a delightful balance of classic rye flavors and unique cask influences.

Cask Finishing:

What sets Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey apart is its finishing process in specially selected casks. After aging in traditional oak barrels, the whiskey undergoes a secondary maturation period in unique casks, imparting additional flavors and nuances to the final product. This innovative approach results in a whiskey that is both familiar and distinctively different.

Exceptional Craftsmanship:

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey is a testament to the skill and dedication of the master distillers. From the selection of the finest grains to the careful cask finishing process, every aspect of production is guided by a commitment to excellence, ensuring a whiskey of unparalleled quality and character.

Versatile Enjoyment:

Whether enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or as the base for creative cocktails, Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey is the perfect choice for any occasion. Its bold flavor profile and smooth finish make it a versatile addition to any whiskey lover's collection, while its unique cask finishing technique ensures a memorable drinking experience with every sip.

Elevate Your Whiskey Experience:

Experience the innovation and tradition of Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey. With its exceptional flavor profile and innovative cask finishing, it offers a whiskey experience that is both familiar and delightfully different. Elevate your whiskey collection with Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey.



Tasting Notes

Appearance: Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey displays a rich amber hue in the glass, hinting at its complexity and depth.

Aroma: Upon nosing, the aroma is vibrant and inviting, with prominent notes of spicy rye, caramel, and toasted oak. Subtle hints of dried fruit and cask influences add depth and complexity to the bouquet.

Palate: The palate is greeted with a bold and robust flavor profile. Spicy rye flavors dominate, complemented by the sweetness of caramel and the warmth of toasted oak. The secondary cask influences add layers of complexity, contributing nuanced flavors that dance on the palate.

Finish: The finish is long and satisfying, with lingering notes of spicy rye and caramel. Jefferson's Rye Cask Finish Rye Whiskey offers a truly exceptional taste experience that is both familiar and delightfully different.

Distillery Information

Founded in 1997, Jefferson's is the brainchild of Trey Zoeller and his father Chet, a famed bourbon historian. They were continuing a family whiskey tradition that goes back to Trey's 8th generation grandmother who was arrested in 1799 for the "production and sales of spirituous liquors." His curious and experimental mindset has allowed him to push the boundaries of bourbon whiskey. Upholding tradition, yet always discovering new possibilities.The Kentucky Artisan Distillery is the official home of Jefferson's Bourbon. Distilling, blending, bottling of special offerings is done here. The KAD is where innovative ideas like the Barrel Aged Manhattan, Wine Finishes, Wood Experiments and Rum Finish have all become realities.
Jefferson's Bourbon was launched in 1997 by Trey Zoeller, a native Kentuckian, and his father Chet Zoeller, a bourbon historian. He founded a company called McClain & Kyne after Zoeller's past relatives, including an 8th generation grandmother arrested in 1799 for moonshining.Pernod Ricard acquired Jefferson's Bourbon in 2019 through its purchase of parent company Castle Brands. Since then, sales of Jefferson's in the US have doubled. The news of the new facility follows Pernod Ricard's creation of the company's dedicated American arm, The American Whiskey Collective.