Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey

Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey

Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey

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Immerse yourself in the bold and distinctive character of Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey – a testament to the artistry of American distilling. Crafted with precision and a dedication to quality, this exceptional rye whiskey offers a sensory journey through the rich heritage of time-honored craftsmanship.

As you pour Old Elk Straight Rye, a deep amber hue fills the glass, signaling the complexity and depth that awaits. The aroma is an inviting blend of spicy rye, caramel, and a touch of dried fruit, setting the stage for a distinctive and robust whiskey experience.

On the palate, this rye whiskey unfolds with a velvety texture and a perfect balance of flavors. The bold and spicy notes of rye are complemented by the sweetness of caramel and hints of vanilla, creating a harmonious and nuanced taste profile. The influence of charred oak barrels adds layers of complexity, showcasing the meticulous care that defines Old Elk's commitment to excellence.

The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lasting impression of the whiskey's bold character. Old Elk Straight Rye is a versatile spirit, equally enjoyable neat or as the foundation for classic cocktails, inviting enthusiasts to savor the richness and authenticity of American rye whiskey.

Whether you're a seasoned rye aficionado or exploring the diverse world of whiskey, Old Elk Straight Rye delivers a distinctive and refined experience. Elevate your moments with this exceptional rye – where tradition meets innovation, and the spirit of American craftsmanship is bottled for your enjoyment. Cheers to the bold flavors and heritage found in every sip of Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey.


Appearance:
Old Elk Straight Rye Whiskey unveils a deep and captivating amber hue, offering a visual prelude to the bold and distinctive character within.

Nose:
The aroma is an inviting blend of spicy rye, rich caramel, and subtle hints of dried fruit. This olfactory symphony sets the stage for a distinctive and robust whiskey experience, showcasing the craftsmanship of American distilling.

Palate:
On the palate, this rye whiskey unfolds with a velvety texture and a perfect balance of flavors. Bold and spicy notes of rye take center stage, complemented by the sweetness of caramel and subtle hints of vanilla. The influence of charred oak barrels adds complexity, providing a harmonious and nuanced taste profile.

Finish:
The finish is long and satisfying, leaving a lasting impression of the whiskey's bold character. Old Elk Straight Rye is a versatile spirit, equally enjoyable neat or as the foundation for classic cocktails. Enthusiasts are invited to savor the richness and authenticity of American rye whiskey in every sip.

Old Elk Distillery is currently a production facility, with a vision to open a larger distillery and tasting room in Colorado. The Old Elk Blended Straight Bourbon Whiskey recipe was created by the Old Elk Distillery team and Greg Metze.The Whiskey Advocate: Southern"Based in Fort Collins, Colorado, Old Elk produces just 150 barrels of whiskey per year, although it's in the process of building a huge new distillery. The bulk of its whiskeys currently in bottle were distilled at MGP Distillery in Lawrenceburg, Indiana.
Curt Richardson is the Founder of Old Elk Distillery, Founder, Chairman, and Chief Visionary Officer of Otter Products, LLC, and Co-Founder and Chairman of Blue Ocean Enterprises, Inc. In these roles, he discovers, creates, and leads innovation, culture, and investment initiatives.
In the United States, rye whiskey is, by law, made from a mash of at least 51 percent rye. (The other ingredients in the mash are usually corn and malted barley.) It is distilled to no more than 160 U.S. proof (80% abv) and aged in charred, new oak barrels.
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. This introduces yeasts from the previous distillation.

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