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WhistlePig 10 Year Old
A hard-to-find, award-winning 100% rye whisk(e)y created by Maker's Mark's former master distiller, Dave Pickerell. Distilled and initially aged in Canada, before years of further ageing at WhistlePig farm in Vermont, this is, as owner Raj Bhakta puts it, 'a Canadian-US collaboration to the core'.
WhistlePig FarmStock Rye
This Is The Second Limited Edition Release In Whistlepig's Farmstock Series, Which Is Intended To Achieve What The Distillery Has Termed Its '100% Triple Terroir Vision'. This Entails Creating An Expression Which Is Distilled Entirely From Whistlepig Grain, Proofed With Whistlepig Water And Aged In Whistlepig Custom Vermont White Oak. Which All Sounds Deliciously Whistlepig! The Blend That Went Into Farmstock Rye Crop 002 Was Crowdsourced From An Estimated 500 Bartenders, Influencers, And Consumers From Around The United States, With 32% Of It Being 2-Year-Old 'triple Terroir' Rye Whiskey (Up From 20% From Whistlepig Farmstock Crop No.001). A 6-Year-Old Whiskey From Mpgi In Indiana Makes Up A Further 45% Of The Blend, While The Final 23% Is 10-Year-Old Whiskey From Alberta Distillers In Canada. Peter Lynch, The Distillery’s Master Blender Worked Closely With The Master Distiller, Dave Pickerell, To Perfect The Final Blend.
WhistlePig Old World
Unveiled In Mid-2015, The Whistlepig Old World Is An Exciting 12 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey Which Has Been Finished In A Selection Of Wine Casks - 63% Madeira, 30% Sauternes And 7% Port. It's Inspired By The Techniques Of The 'old World', With A Particular Reverence For Scotch Whisky.
Whistlepig Rye 10 Year Old
WhistlePig is a Vermont based brand of straight rye whiskey which is matured at Alberta distilleries and later shipped to Vermont. Though being relatively new in the whiskey world, it has become a well-known brand WhistlePig released their first expression in 2015 and have since released many acclaimed Rye whiskeys.
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