Kentucky Owl Straight Rye Batch #3 10 Year

Kentucky Owl Straight Rye Batch #3 10 Year

Kentucky Owl Straight Rye Batch #3 10 Year

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Introducing Kentucky Owl Straight Rye Batch #3 10 Year—an exquisite manifestation of the artistry at Kentucky Owl Distillery. Aged for a decade, this limited edition rye whiskey stands as a testament to the dedication and precision of the master distillers, offering a tasting experience that is as rare as it is refined.

In the glass, Batch #3 presents a captivating amber hue, hinting at the depth of character within. The nose is a harmonious blend of bold rye spice, complemented by notes of rich caramel, vanilla, and a subtle touch of dried fruits. The aroma sets the stage for an extraordinary tasting journey.

Upon the first sip, the palate is enveloped in a velvety smoothness that unveils layers of complexity. The high rye content takes center stage, delivering a symphony of flavors including warm baking spices, honeyed sweetness, and hints of dark chocolate. Meticulous aging in charred oak barrels imparts a richness that defines the distinguished profile of Batch #3.

The finish is a grand finale, lingering with the echoes of rye spice and a gentle warmth. Kentucky Owl Straight Rye Batch #3 10 Year is a collector's dream—a limited release that encapsulates the essence of the distillery's commitment to excellence.

Whether enjoyed neat to savor its full spectrum of flavors or as the foundation for a classic cocktail, this rye whiskey is a distinctive addition to any spirits collection. With its limited availability and refined craftsmanship, Batch #3 is destined to be a cherished centerpiece for connoisseurs and enthusiasts alike.

Appearance:
In the glass, Batch #3 reveals a captivating amber hue, a visual prelude to the richness and complexity within.

Nose:
The aromatic journey begins with a bold embrace of rye spice, announcing the whiskey's character. Rich caramel and vanilla follow suit, creating a harmonious blend. Subtle hints of dried fruits add a layer of intrigue to the aromatic bouquet, promising a nuanced tasting experience.

Palate:
Upon the first sip, Batch #3 envelops the palate with a velvety smoothness, unveiling layers of complexity. The high rye content takes center stage, offering a symphony of warm baking spices, honeyed sweetness, and delicate hints of dark chocolate. Meticulous aging in charred oak barrels contributes to the whiskey's richness, defining its distinguished profile.

Finish:
The finish is a grand finale, with the lingering echoes of rye spice and a gentle warmth that persists. Batch #3 leaves a lasting impression, inviting reflection on the artful aging and blending that define this exceptional rye whiskey.

In 1886, rye whiskey was produced in 17 states. Rye whiskey largely disappeared after Prohibition. A few brands, such as Old Overholt, survived, although by the late 1960s former Pennsylvania brands like Old Overholt were being distilled mostly in Kentucky.
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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