Quote Originally Posted by whiskeyobsessive View Post
Sounds pretty good, but at an average of 20% rye and 5 years (please correct me if I'm wrong), I'm not sure it exactly fits the aged, rye whiskey bill. . . . Really, I'm just sad that we are entering a older rye drought.
Grand Dad 114 has traditionally been around 8 years old and the mash bill is about 30% rye, but no, it would not be the same which is why I said close, more in the nature of suggesting a flavor profile.

Other than WT, Beam/Overholt, HH brands and Van Winkle Old Time I don't recall any other American Ryes on local shelves in years past and certainly no old ones until Sazerac 18 made it's debut.