Kentucky Owl Last Rye Batch

Kentucky Owl Last Rye Batch

Kentucky Owl Last Rye Batch

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Dive into the extraordinary with Kentucky Owl Last Rye Batch, a culmination of the finest rye whiskey craftsmanship from the esteemed Kentucky Owl Distillery. This limited-edition release represents the pinnacle of the distiller's art, offering a sensory experience that is as rare as it is captivating.

With a rich amber hue, Last Rye Batch captivates the eye, signaling the depth and complexity held within its bottle. The nose is a tantalizing blend of bold rye spice, honeyed sweetness, and a hint of dried fruits. As the aroma unfolds, nuances of oak and vanilla emerge, creating an intricate bouquet that sets the stage for an exceptional tasting journey.

Upon the first sip, Last Rye Batch unveils a velvety smoothness that envelops the palate. The high rye content takes center stage, delivering a symphony of spicy notes harmoniously balanced by the sweetness of caramel and a touch of maple. Meticulous aging in charred oak barrels imparts a depth that elevates this rye whiskey to an unparalleled level.

The finish is a lingering masterpiece, with the warmth of rye spice and a gentle hint of oak carrying through. Last Rye Batch is a testament to the dedication and expertise of the master blenders, inviting you to savor the nuanced complexities that define this exceptional rye whiskey.

Whether savored neat or as the centerpiece of a classic cocktail, Kentucky Owl Last Rye Batch is a distinctive addition to any spirits collection. Limited in availability, this release stands as a tribute to the heritage and passion that define Kentucky Owl, making it a rare and sought-after gem for enthusiasts and collectors alike.

Appearance:
A captivating amber, Last Rye Batch entices with its rich and inviting hue, promising a depth of character.

Nose:
The aromatic journey begins with a bold embrace of rye spice, followed by a delightful interplay of honeyed sweetness and subtle dried fruits. Nuances of oak and vanilla add layers to the bouquet, creating an intricate and inviting aroma.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, Last Rye Batch unveils a velvety smoothness that envelops the palate. The high rye content takes center stage, offering a symphony of spicy notes that dance in harmony with the sweetness of caramel and a touch of maple. Meticulous aging in charred oak barrels imparts a depth and complexity that elevates this rye whiskey to an unparalleled level of refinement.

Finish:
The finish is a lingering masterpiece, with the warmth of rye spice persisting alongside a gentle hint of oak. Last Rye Batch leaves a lasting impression, inviting you to savor the nuanced complexities that define this exceptional rye whiskey.

A bold Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey, rich in rye aromas, delivering a unique spice and smooth finish. Distilled, matured & bottled in Bardstown, Kentucky, USA. Made with legendary craftmanship, distilled with unbridled spirit.This year's release of 51 barrels came from one production date, July 19, 2007. All the barrels were aged in Warehouse G at the Brown-Forman Distillery,” said Morris. “This showcases what a difference each individual barrel has at this extreme age on the color, flavor, and aroma of this wonderful whiskey.On its way to becoming bourbon, Kentucky's water flows through limestone reserves – the same mineral said to make our horses grow stronger. Along with our ideal climate and fertile soil for growing corn and other ingredients, you've got yourself the perfect conditions for bourbon-making.An especially prominent variation is the labeling "Kentucky Straight Bourbon Whiskey", used to indicate a straight whiskey made in Kentucky from a mash of at least 51% corn grain. For a straight whiskey to be called corn whiskey, it must use a mash with at least 80% corn and be aged in used or uncharred barrels.The Recipe - Bourbon is distilled from a fermented mash of grain, yeast and water. The “mash bill” must have a minimum of 51% corn. For most bourbons, the average is about 70%. Other grains such as rye, malted barley, and wheat are considered “flavor” grains.Most distillers put bourbon through distillation twice. In the first step, the bourbon goes through column stills. The second round distills it through attached, heated copper pot stills. These bourbon distillation rounds boost the alcohol content of the liquid and remove the mash and other impurities.

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