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#1. Redemption Straight Rye Whiskey

4.8
60 ratings
2
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Your first sip of Redemption Rye is more than just a sip, it’s a discovery of rye’s beautifully complex flavors. With a rye content of 95%, well past the 51% required to be considered rye, we’ve recreated the classic American whiskey that ruled our glasses before Prohibition. It brings you the bold taste of genuine rye spice with hints of floral and citrus. While delightful on its own, a slight mint finish makes it ideal for creating distinctive cocktails such as a Manhattan or Old Fashioned. "93 POINTS, Finalist & Great Value" - Ultimate Spirits Challenge

#2. Rittenhouse Rye

4.8
53 ratings
2
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Rittenhouse Rye Whiskey has a storied past with a heritage that commemorates Philadelphia's famous Rittenhouse Square. Bottled-in-Bond, today's Rittenhouse carries the distinct, spicy flavor that is long associated with the brand. Rittenhouse is the Rye whiskey of choice for both mixologists and whiskey aficionados alike.

#3. Hochstadter’s Slow & Low Rock and Rye

4.6
38 ratings
3
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  • Tasting Notes:
    Cinnamon, Citrus, Oak, Pepper, Vanilla
  • Food Pairing:
    Beef, Chicken, Dessert - Chocolate & Coffee, Dessert - Vanilla & Caramel, Mushrooms, Pork
  • ABV:
    42%
Slow & Low is a modern update to the historic category of Rock & Rye. A combination of 84 proof Straight Rye Whiskey, a pinch of rock candy & the additions of raw honey, navel oranges and importantly, Angostura bitters, making Slow & Low a proper bottled old fashioned. Slow & Low is rebellious and free spirited, a lifestyle that is embodied by the punks, artists, builders and fixers. It belongs everywhere from the dives to the mosh pits, tailgates to the drag races or from cocktail dens to personal cabinets. Slow & Low is for talking story around the fire and cheersing with the girls. Slow & Low is for all, but finds its roots in the lives of those with a checkered past...

#4. Jack Daniel’s Rye Tennessee Whiskey

5.0
26 ratings
0
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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Rye brings together two classics - Rye's distinctive flavor, drawn from our unique 70% Rye grain bill, and Jack's time-honored charcoal mellowing method. What emerges is a spicy whiskey that's sipping' smooth.

#5. Alberta Premium Rye Whisky

5.0
7 ratings
0
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This whiskey is made by Alberta Distillers in the heart of Canada’s rye-growing country - where cold barren winters give way to an abundant crop of the finest rye. Made by blending two aged whiskies, one of which is aged for flavor in used bourbon casks. Then, after blending, it is aged some more. Alberta Premium is aged for 5 years. The slow aging in cold temperatures preserves the natural rye spice. Known for its full flavor.

#6. Stolen X Rock & Rye

5.0
6 ratings
0
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American rye whiskey with organic raw honey and orange peel. At 80 proof, Stolen X has a kick but is smooth going down. Shoot or sip over ice.

#7. Downtown Toodeloo Rock and Rye

4.2
7 ratings
1
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Downtown Toodeloo Rock and Rye draws upon inspiration from nineteenth century pharmacists and taverners who served this medicinal liquor to treat ailments like the common cold, hay fever or even a case of the blues. Our High Rye Light Whiskey is the foundation for this playful spirit married with Wisconsin made maple syrup, crystallized honey, cranberries and cosmic elixirs. Awarded a Double Gold medal at 2020 Denver International Spirits Competition

#8. Jim Beam Rye Whiskey

5.0
5 ratings
0
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Pre-Prohibition-style rye whiskey. Bartenders have been dying to get their hands on it for years. Now it’s back and bolder than ever. Founded in 1795, our rye whiskey is made from one of the Beam family’s oldest recipes and is distilled with the same exacting standards that have governed Jim Beam® for more than 200 years. Winner of Gold Medal at the 2017 SIP Awards

#9. TINCUP Straight Rye Whiskey

5.0
5 ratings
0
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TINCUP® Rye is a bold, smooth straight rye whiskey, distilled and aged in Indiana for 3 years, then cut to proof with pure Rocky Mountain water. It is a celebration of America’s frontier, and the golden age when rye whiskey won the west. TINCUP Rye has been crafted to honor the original rye recipes from the 1850s that were enjoyed by settlers, mountain men and miners during that time. The straight rye whiskey carries a lingering finish with a caramel and silky tannic mouthfeel. (45% ABV – 90 proof).

#10. Old Overholt Bonded Rye Whiskey

4.0
5 ratings
1
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Finally this great old Rye brand is back to its original strength. The famous Old Overholt name has been in existence since 1810. Founded by Henry Overholt, it was his son Abraham who built grand reputation of the Overholt name. Abraham's face adorns the bottle to this day. Rye whiskey reigned supreme in pre-prohibition America and Overholt was always considered one of the best. It was thanks to one of its shareholders and eventual owners, Secretary of the Treasury Andrew Mellon that the distillery was able to acquire a license to continue selling whiskey during the dark days. The long slow decline of American rye whiskey didn't even stop the brand, which was eventually sold to Jim Beam in 1987. Production was moved from West Overton, Pennsylvania to Frankfort, KY and slowly the brand transitioned away from the 100 proof BIB designation. Modern Overholt is a two year old 80 proof product, a shadow over what it once was, but a solid work horse no doubt. The renewed demand for rye and a consistent interest in high proof spirits has encourage Beam to reaffirm Old Overholt's age old committment to quality. The result is an exceptionally well priced revision of an old classic, Bonded as it ought to be. Modern Overholt has always been a value play and the quality increase has pushed it to the top of the pile on those terms. It'll be hard to find a better rye for your dollar. Full of spice, mint and malt, but smooth, rich and easy to love. Perfect for a manhattan. A modern classic.

#11. Alberta Springs 10 Year Rye Whisky

5.0
3 ratings
0
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A nicely-priced, versatile Canadian rye whisky showing aromas of toffee and oak that finishes with a peppery kick.

#12. Hinky Dinks Workingman’s Rye Whiskey

5.0
2 ratings
0
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At the end of the day, you simply want a whiskey that doesn’t kill you or rob you blind. Workingman’s good old fashioned Rye Whiskey made, owned and sold by working men and woman like you.

#13. Wild Turkey Rye

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Wild Turkey Straight Rye Whiskey is an 81 proof (40.5% alcohol) ode to America’s first distilled spirit: rye whiskey. When making Wild Turkey Rye, we use a deeper, “alligator” char for extra flavor. Big, broad vanilla and spice notes burst through without changing the bold rye taste. Wild Turkey Rye stands up to any mixer and shines through in cocktails.

#14. Whistlepig Rye Whiskey Piglets Set

5.0
2 ratings
0
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For the first time, enjoy three Whistlepig Rye Whiskey expressions in 50 ml format. A great gift, stocking stuffer, or take-anywhere tasting kit! Includes the original 10 Year Small Batch, bottled at 100 proof with notes of allspice, orange peel, anise, and butterscotch. The 12 Year Old World Rye, finished in Madeira, Sauternes, and Port wine casks, with notes of vanilla, winterfruit, plums, and dark chocolate. And the 15 Year Estate Oak Rye finished in Vermont oak barrels, with notes of burnt orange, baking spices, leather, and a hint of tobacco.

#15. Rangeland Rye Whisky

5.0
2 ratings
0
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Distilled from Canadian prairie rye and wheat, then added to charred oak barrels. The whisky is sweet with well balanced peppery spice and a touch of vanilla.

#16. Alberta Prem Rye Dark Batch

5.0
1 ratings
0
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There is no quaint, “Old Grandpa So-and-So”, ancient family story here. Truth be told, you have to be unusually patient, persistent, fanatical, and the right amount of crazy to make rye whisky. Alberta Distillers embraced this challenge and not only made rye whisky, they mastered it. Today, Alberta Distillers is the number one rye producer in North America with more than 450,000 barrels aging on site. After years of perfecting their craft, the master distillers at Alberta Distillers wanted to continue to push the rye envelope and come up with not just another rye whisky, but a better rye whisky. And so, Alberta® Rye Dark Batch™ was born. A true expression of the skilled craftsmen who have made rye whisky their passion for nearly 70 years.

#17. Kings County Distillery Straight Empire Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#18. Doc Swinson’s Straight American Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Doc’s Rye goes through a unique process, borrowed from the Spanish sherry bodegas, the Solera method uses a pyramid system of oxidizing and influencing casks where a small portion of each barrel on the bottom of the pyramid is blended and bottled as a batch and then the whiskey that was removed from the barrels is replaced with a portion of the barrels above it. This is repeated for each tier of the pyramid. Only new spirit is added to the top tier to be cycled down over time. this method provides an ever aging product that lends complexity and consistency over time.

#19. Seven 7 Devils Rye Whiskeyry

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Named for the water it uses from the Seven Devils mountain range, this is Idaho's "first bourbon" though that statement may be a bit misleading as it is distilled in Kentucky, but bottled in Idaho. Koenig Distillery and Winery also has wine, brandy, and vodka to their name but this is their initiation into the whiskey world.

#20. Cask House Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Tastings.com gave us a silver medal and a Best Buy designation for our incredible Rye, calling it “A zesty rye that soothes with a balancing, creamy center.” We couldn’t agree more! This rye is a real treat, especially for the price!

#21. Caffo Grappa Italiana

5.0
1 ratings
0
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A traditional beverage of northern Italy and is considered the oldest distilled all known. The final product of this typical Italian drink is obtained from the distillation of pomace, the part of the grape body. Its flavor varies like any other wine or liquor, which depends on the quality, condition, taste and the type of grape used. It is a beverage for its high alcohol content, many people find it very hard to drink it straight. Some opt to add a fruit syrup to sweeten and soften a bit, getting a drink of base typical Italian grappa but with a milder flavor.

#22. Sonoma Distilling Co. Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#23. Title No. 21 Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#24. Tim Smith Southern Reserve Rye

2.5
2 ratings
1
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Golden amber in appearance. Notes of spicy toasted American oak give way to the gentle warm finish of sweet rye and caramel.

#25. Deadwood Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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In 1874, Gold was discovered in the Black Hills of South Dakota giving rise to the lawless town of Deadwood. Many a saloon and related business thrived, whiskey was a big part of their lives. Frontier legend, Wild Bill Hickok was famously shot dead while playing poker in Deadwood. His four cards showing were two aces and two eights, forever after known as the Deadman’s hand. The fifth card remains a mystery. We raise our glasses to Bill and that colorful time in history.

#26. Puckett’s Branch Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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#27. Sugarlands Jim Tom Unaged Rye

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Jim Tom Hedrick’s Unaged Rye maintains an earthy balance between spicy rye and toasted grains, yet packs a potent enough punch to keep you sippin’.

#28. High Rye Light Whiskey

2.5
2 ratings
1
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Distilled from organic rye and a pinch of organic wheat, this spirit is intentionally aged for no more than a couple of weeks in a combination of used charred oak barrels and toasted oak barrels that are made with white American oak. This process allows the spice of the rye and the sweetness of the wheat to shine through with just a kiss of oak. Light, crisp and smooth with dark fruit aromatics on the nose, rye spice on the finish. 2019 Denver International Spirits Competition Bronze 2019 North American Bourbon & Whiskey Competition Bronze

#29. J. P. Wiser’s Rye Whisky

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Immigrant farmers of Irish and Scottish heritage developed Canadian whisky in the late 18th century. Without the means for traditional processing, alternative distilling practices were incorporated to give Canadian whisky its individual, characteristic flavor. Produced on the basis of cereal grains, the dominant, base ingredient is typically corn, with rye, wheat and barley being used as blending agents to produce a distinctive flavor. The actual recipe of a brand, in particular the portion of each of the cereal grains used, is what characterizes the whisky and sets it apart from its contemporaries. Canadian whisky also uses the unique process of clean heat, which eliminates the smoky flavor found in Scotch whisky. The vast majority of Canadian whisky is distilled in column or continuous stills to produce a very neutral, light product that is free of many of the congeners found in Bourbon and Scotch. The young whisky is then aged for a minimum of three years, in re-charred oak Bourbon barrels before the filtering and blending stages. Depending on the individual recipe, the flavoring whiskies used for blending may be produced in either pot or column stills, creating tastes that are both diverse and exceptional.

#30. Crater Lake Rye Whiskey

5.0
1 ratings
0
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Time was when every town had a distillery making rye whiskey. Crater Lake Rye Whiskey hopes to revive the tradition of these small family brands that were lost during Prohibition. Crafted from 95% rye grain and pure Cascade Mountain water, the character of our rye is rich with deep toffee notes and a peppery spice that defines true American rye whiskey.