Tom's Foolery Bottled In Bond Single Barrel #90 Ohio Straight Rye Whiskey (750ml)

SKU #1273535

Our first single barrel with the exceptional Ohio craft distillery also happens to be their second ever batch of Bottled in Bond Rye. This special little cask of rye was distilled on Monday May 21st, 2012 from a mash bill of 64% Rye, 11% Malted Rye, 22% Yellow Dent, and 3% Malted 2 Row Barley. Fermented without the addition of any enzymes on the grains in their old Cypress fermenter, it was distilled to 108.9 proof before barreling. During those four long years of aging nearly 20% of the barrel evaporated and the proof rose to 112. We decided that it tasted best at 100 proof and so Tom slowly lowered the proof for their bottled in bond label. Fabulously complex and driven by that spicy rye and earthy malt. Expect a robust mint nose with bready grain and toasty oak. The palate is unctuous and relatively oily with those big dry rye spices upfront and some sweet fruit coming through on the finish. Of course, this little guy won't last long, so have at it while you can.

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 10/3/2016 | Send Email
This rye has a lot to offer. There is a hint of spice in the aroma along with some caramel and fruit notes. In the mouth it is smooth with some subtle spice, and there is a complex and long finish. It is drier than the Tom Foolery Bourbon and there is a good balance between all flavor components.

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Alcohol Content (%): 50