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The origins of rye whiskey date back to colonial Pennsylvania and Maryland, where the European settlers/farmers brought tradition of distilling from harvested grains. They also brought various Old World traditions that evolved into a form of folk magic called ‘pow-wow’ (from the native Algonquin term for ‘gathering’), a part of which involved making various types of herbal recipes. Such practice inspired Georgetown Trading Company to infuse aged rye whiskey sourced from MGP Indiana with saffron, orange peel and other whole botanicals without adding any extracts and artificial colors.
Nose: very herbal, orange peel, nutmeg, cinnamon, cloves, saffron, aniseed, hints of tobacco and cedar wood.
Palate: similar to nose, lots of orange peel, aniseed, cloves, cinnamon, pepper, nutmeg, saffron, notes of tobacco and leather and touch of vanilla.
Finish: fairly long and herbal, an extension to palate.