Templeton Rye Barrel Strength Limited Edition Straight Rye Whiskey 700ml

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Description

 
Whiskey in its purest form. Each year, Templeton Rye select several noteworthy barrels, varying in age and maturity, to create a remarkable, super premium barrel strength American rye whiskey. This limited release 2019 whiskey is 115.8 proof to deliver an exquisite, natural, non-chilled filtered whiskey that tastes as good as it sounds. 

  • Silver Medal Winner - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2019
  • Silver Medal Winner - San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2018
  • 91 Points - Whisky Cast tasting Panel
  • 90 Points: Whisky Advocate

Tasting Note: Release the lid to reveal aromas of green apple, summer fruits and a hint of cherry. Toasted Oak paired with a subtle spice dovetail and burnt orange flavours greet the palate.

Additional Details

SKU:
13203-NGB-UNIT
Age:
No Age Statement
Size:
700
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United States
Alcohol %:
57.9
Region:
Templeton
Style:
Straight Rye Whiskey
Varietal:
American Whiskey

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