Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey

Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey

Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey

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Experience the exceptional craftsmanship and distinctive character of Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey, a captivating blend of tradition and innovation. Crafted with care by Savage & Cooke Distillery, this whiskey pays homage to the rich heritage of American whiskey-making while pushing the boundaries of flavor and style.

Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey begins its journey with a meticulous selection of the finest grains, including corn, rye, and malted barley, sourced from the heartland of America. These grains are expertly mashed, fermented, and distilled to create a whiskey of unparalleled quality and complexity.

In the glass, Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey shines with a deep amber hue, hinting at its depth and maturity. The aroma is rich and inviting, with layers of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak mingling with hints of dried fruits and baking spices.

On the palate, this whiskey captivates with its smooth and velvety texture. Rich flavors of toffee, honey, and cinnamon dominate, complemented by nuances of dark chocolate, leather, and tobacco. The whiskey's well-rounded profile evolves with each sip, revealing layers of depth and complexity.

The finish is long and lingering, with the whiskey's complex flavors lingering on the palate. A subtle warmth envelops the senses, leaving a lasting impression of satisfaction and indulgence.

Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey is best enjoyed neat or with a splash of water to unlock its full potential. Whether savored on its own or as the foundation for classic cocktails like the Manhattan or Old Fashioned, it promises an unforgettable tasting experience that celebrates the artistry and innovation of American whiskey-making.

Appearance:
Savage & Cooke Second Glance American Whiskey presents a rich amber color in the glass, indicating its depth and maturity.

Nose:
Upon nosing, the aroma is inviting and complex, with pronounced notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak. Subtle hints of dried fruits and baking spices add depth and intrigue to the bouquet.

Palate:
On the palate, this American whiskey delights with its smooth and velvety texture. Rich flavors of toffee, honey, and cinnamon dominate, accompanied by nuances of dark chocolate, leather, and tobacco. The whiskey's well-rounded profile evolves with each sip, revealing layers of complexity and sophistication.

Finish:
The finish is long and lingering, with the whiskey's complex flavors lingering on the palate. A subtle warmth envelops the senses, leaving a lasting impression of satisfaction and indulgence.

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.
For a U.S. whiskey to be considered rye whiskey, it must be made with at least 51% rye, a wheat-like grass used to make some beers and vodkas. Otherwise, the ingredients list and distilling processes are nearly identical to those used for bourbon.Rye whiskey must be made from a mash bill of at least 51% rye grain. Additionally, it must be bottled at a minimum of 40% ABV or 80 proof. Rye whiskey isn't as popular to drink neat as other whiskeys, but it makes a great addition to cocktails that benefit from rye whiskey's subtly spicy flavor profile.Rye whiskey was never intended to be aged very long, but the transit time barrels of whiskey used to take to reach their destination could sometimes be up to a couple of years, and the barrel-aged flavor stuck. Rye production soon took off in Maryland and Pennsylvania.For six generations, the Savage family has owned and operated the company, and grown it to become the premier northern Nevada plumbing, HVAC and piping establishment. The Savage family traces its local roots back to Leonard Coates Savage in Virginia City in 1859.Whitehall Lane is also where Phinney met his future wife, Kim Leonardini, the daughter of winery owner Tom Leonardini. The couple has been married since 2001 and has two children, Angelina.

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