Deadwood American Rye
Deadwood // USA
Deadwood Rye is named for the town of Deadwood, where "Wild Bill" Hickok famously played his last game of poker. The bottle depicts the "dead man's hand" of aces and eights. Deadwood Rye is a blend of two mash bills, one with 95% rye and the other 70% rye. Distilled in Indiana and Tennessee, this American rye whiskey is bottled in Kentucky at 41.5% ABV.
RyeMash bill at least 51% rye; aged in new, charred oak barrels.
Cask Typenew, charred American oak
"This is a light rye all around: color, body, and proof, coming at 83. That makes it easy to sip, hitting the palate with fruity notes of bubblegum and banana, a little vanilla, and a pleasant brown sugar sweetness. It's an approachable, summery rye, ideal for those seeking a lighter American whiskey."
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