Some bourbons stand out with their high rye content and contributing to distinctive flavors. Bourbons that I have heard to have the highest rye content include Four Roses Single Barrel and Old Grand Dad (with reportedly 35% or 37% rye in the mashbill) Bulleit Rye, Basil Hayden, and Old Forester. Highwest Bourye would also have to fall into this category, I would think.
What are the rye % of these various bourbons - and which one would have the highest rye content?
(I don't think that this has been addressed in other posts, but if so - sorry for repeating it.)