Rendezvous with a followup of Wiser's Legacy.
Match went to Wiser's. Just not a fan of dill in my whiskey.
"Life is life and fun is fun, but it's all so quiet when the goldfish die."
My favorite summertime rye is also one of the least expensive...Pikesville!
Ah, Summertime, let's hear it for cheap Rye, tall drinks and pretty girls in sun dresses.
Interesting theory, I could see how enjoying too much delicious dusty rye can skew my Palate
Hochstadter's Slow and Low Straight Rye Whiskey. Good stuff, but not like any other rye I have ever tasted. Label at least calls it a straight rye whiskey.
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The other disappointing bottling was a Batch 1 Bourye I purchased earlier in the day. I opened the bottle up tonight, two nights later, and get a much more interesting and vibrant nose than I did at Mike's, even without pouring a glass. I did the same for the Ritt 21, but it is still somewhat muted, albeit there does seem like a monster may be hiding underneath (reminds me of a Barolo that needs some air to shine). It will be interesting to revisit the bottle in the future. This batch was the highest rated by Jim Murray when he sampled all 31 bottlings (how that is possible I do not know!). He called it "salivating, roasty, major", so take that as you will.