Templeton Rye 6YO Signature Reserve Straight Rye Whiskey 700ml

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Description

 
Good whiskey gets better with age. That’s why in 2010, Templeton set aside a few select barrels of The Good Stuff for extra aging. Six long years later, the wait was finally over. This release of Templeton Rye 6 marks their first new product in over a decade. Aged six years in new American oak barrels, this limited release of Templeton Rye whiskey is 91.5 proof with an unforgettable flavour. Now there's even more to love about The Good Stuff.
  • Gold Medal Winner - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2019
  • 92 points Ultimate Spirits Challenge

Tasting Note: Enjoy flavours of dark fruit and bold oak with a burnt sugar sweetness. Count on a long lingering spice finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
13202-NGB-UNIT
Age:
6 Year Old
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United States
Alcohol %:
45.75
Region:
Templeton
Style:
Straight Rye Whiskey
Varietal:
American Whiskey

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