Bender's 7 Year Old Small Batch Rye Whiskey 750ml

SKU #1165909

Well here we have another one of these fabolously mysterious new ryes. This was bottled in San Francisco, but it's been confirmed that the product has Canadian roots, of course. When I asked why they weren't talking about it's origins, the owners made it very clear that the reason that they weren't disclosing the supplier is that they're affraid to loose the tiny amount of rye they're getting from this distiller to someone else. Apparently, this isn't the same old Canadian Straight Rye! When they say small batch, they really mean it. These guys are securing a handful of barrels at a time. This first batch clocked in at 3348 bottles, which translates to probably 6-8 barrels at full strength. The Whisky is a blend of Rye and Corn whisky at 85% and 15% respectively. Bottled at a seemless 96 proof it will definitely be getting some love from Canadian, Kentucky, and San Fran fans alike.

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Price: $42.99

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By: Melissa Smith |  K&L Staff Member  |  Review Date: 6/18/2014  | Send Email
Nice and friendly Rye for those of us that enjoy Rye, but not the usual karate chop to the palate that can sometimes accompany it.

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Varietal:

Rye

Country:

Canada

- Canada's thriving wine industry is concentrated in the four provinces of Ontario, British Columbia, Quebec and Nova Scotia. Because of the extreme climates of these Region, grapes tend to be grown near large bodies of water, which balance the effects of the severe winters. For the same reason, snow-resistant North American grape varieties like Concord and Niagara, the French Vidal Blanc, Seyval Blanc and Baco Noir are grown in Canada. Additionally, Riesling, Chardonnay and Merlot are becoming more popular. The Canadian wine industry is most recognized as the largest producer of Icewine in the world. Click for a list of bestselling items from Canada.
Alcohol Content (%): 48