Lock Stock & Barrel Straight Rye Whiskey Private Selection 20 Years 112

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Because American whiskeys must be aged in new charred oak barrels to be labeled bourbon or rye, they run the risk of becoming over-oaked the longer they're aged Lock, Stock...
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Because American whiskeys must be aged in new charred oak barrels to be labeled bourbon or rye, they run the risk of becoming over-oaked the longer they're aged Lock, Stock & Barrel 20-Year avoids this result due to the cold climate, 35 barrel-char, and lack of toasting, providing a rich and robust, yet balanced, flavor It features notes of warm spiced date cake, toffee, baking spice, dried apricot, cantaloupe, and peppery rye spice Proof of 112 (56% ABV) The only US made 20-year old rye whiskey currently available on the market, the Lock, Stock Barrel 20-Year is sourced from barrels that were hand-selected by late spirits luminary, and third-generation distiller Robert J. Cooper. It's made from a rare mash bill of 100% rye grain in copper pot stills, and a "robust cut" is then selected and aged in cold weather in newly charred - not toasted - American oak barrels

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