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We have been following Jack Daniel’s rye whiskey pretty closely for the last few years. There was a lot of talk (and in some cases criticism) about 2012 release of “Unaged Rye”; in 2014 we’ve got “Rested Rye” and now, in 2016 we welcomed the finished product. The critics are silent now and we can truly appreciate the opportunity to evaluating how the whiskey has developed at each stage of aging. As a reminder, the whiskey was distilled from mash containing 70% rye, 18% corn and 12% malted barley and after undergoing charcoal mellowing process, aged in charred white American oak barrels for about four years. In the first year only 8000 cases of Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Rye were released for global distribution.
Nose: slightly nutty, roasted grains, caramel, milk chocolate, touch of marzipan, pepper, hints of allspice and delicate oaky notes.
Palate: toasted rye bread, walnuts, caramel, breakfast cereals, licorice, cinnamon, pepper and subtle notes of charred oak.
Finish: medium long with notes of pepper, dried fruit, walnuts and oak.