Breuckelen Distillers 77 Whiskey "Local Rye & Corn" Whiskey 750ml

SKU #1116224

Distilled from Local Rye and Corn (previously known as White Wax) Our 2nd whiskey is produced very much like the black wax whiskey, except we ferment a mash of rye and corn, rather than wheat. This grain combination benefits from some additional time in oak, so it tends to be a little older than the black wax. Distilled from 90% rye and 10% corn, aged a minimum of 7 months in new American Oak

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Price: $44.99

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By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 12/27/2012  | Send Email
This tastes deliciously of Barbie heads and Dr Pepper Chapstick! How do I know that??

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Varietal:

Rye

Country:

United States

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New York

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