Friday, August 16, 2013

New Rye and bourbon

In stock at Forsyth and Ballwin
and online also

James E. Pepper 1776 Bourbon 100 proof....$27.99
Straight Bourbon
» 100 Proof - Not Chill-Filtered - Over 38% Rye in the Mash Bill
» Rich Bourbon Sweetness & Rye Spice; vanilla, honey, chocolate & cloves
» Neat, over ice, or in a proper Old-Fashioned, this whiskey rock
James E. Pepper 1776 Rye 100 proof...$25.99
Straight Rye
» 100 Proof - Not Chill-Filtered - Over 90% Rye in the Mash Bill
» Vibrant & Full Bodied; notes of spice, chocolate, cloves & honey
» A great sipper neat or on the rocks, and also makes a mean Manhattan

Pow-Wow Botanical Rye....$36.99
The origins of Rye whiskey date back to colonial Pennsylvania. Early European settlers brought with them the tradition of distilling and as farmers of Rye they quickly made the region famous for its fine Rye whiskey. They also brought with them a set of Old World traditions that evolved in the New World into a form of Folk Magic known as "Pow-wow" (from the native Algonquin term for "gathering"). One common Pow-wow practice involved making various types of herbal recipes.

Inspired by an old Pow-wow recipe for infusing Rye whiskey with herbs & spices, we have taken a fine Rye whiskey matured in new, charred oak barrels, and carefully infused it in tiny batches, over an extended period of time, with Saffron(also grown by early settlers), Orange Peel, and other whole botanicals. No extracts or artificial colors are added. Pow-wow is slowly handcrafted with the finest ingredients to create unique, botanical layers of complexity not found in any other whiskey.
Pow-wow Botanical Rye can be enjoyed like any fine whiskey: neat, on the rocks or in a variety of cocktails.

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