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High West 'Double Rye' Whiskey 750ML

High West 'Double Rye' Whiskey 750ML

From the Producers


The spiciest rye in the world

The Name: The name is basically from the fact that this is a combination of two different rye whiskeys. Pretty straightforward, How Double Rye came to be? One day, Founder David Perkins had a taste of the two year old whiskey from LDI. He had assumed you didn’t want to drink the younger stuff. Well, he really liked the two year old! It was youngish and brash but very spicy and tasty. He then thought we might be able to tame the heat again with the addition of the 16 year old that we had as the older whiskey. It has significantly more dissolved solids from the extra aging and evaporation. Well it really worked and we fell in love with the combination as a not only a mixing whiskey but a whiskey that could stand on its own as a sipper.

CLASS & TYPE: A blend of straight rye whiskeys

BLEND: A blend of straight rye whiskeys ranging in age from 2 to 16 years.

Age(s), Distilled by & Mashbill(s): Straight Rye whiskeys: 95% rye, 5% barley malt from MGP & 53% rye, 37% corn, 10% barley malt from Barton Distillery.

Barrel Type(s): New, charred, white American oak barrels

Sensory Notes:

Nose: Mint, clove, cinnamon, licorice root, pine nuts,and dark chocolate, with a surprising dose of gin botanicals throughout.

Taste: Rye spices up front, then menthol, mint, eucalyptus, herbal tea with wildflower honey and all spice.

Finish: Cinnamon and mint, gradually sweetening through the finish, with a hint of anise. 

How to Drink

Very rye-forward, which stands out well in cocktails, but just enough richness to be a balanced sipper. 

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  • Product Code: 85439600500
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $34.99
Alcohol Type
Varietal American Whiskey
Producer / Winery High West Distillery
Country United States
Region Utah

Tags: Double Rye Whiskey, High West Double Rye, High West Distillery, Rye Whiskey, Whiskey, Utah, American Whiskey, Blended Whiskey