Angels Envy Rye Whiskey Rum Finished  750ml
SKU 792012

Angels Envy Rye Whiskey Rum Finished

Kentucky - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Angels Envy Rye Whiskey Rum Finished

Rated 94 by Wine Enthusiast
This honey-hued rye has a remarkable aroma, melding cookie dough, hazelnut and marzipan. The same luscious flavors show up on the palate, rich and sweet, leading into a confected finish of Nutella sprinkled with nutmeg and cinnamon. The sugar-and-spice effect is due to 18 months finishing time in casks that first held Cognac, then Caribbean rum.
Rated 90 by Whisky Advocate
The folks at Angel’s Envy once again push the envelope with this 95% rye whiskey finished in Caribbean rum casks. Vibrant, spicy rye notes (cinnamon and mint) are tamed by rich maple syrup, graham cracker crust, nutty toffee, candy floss, subtle tropical fruit, and creamy vanilla. Warm, spicy, rummy finish. This is a mood whiskey—not one I would drink every day—but the flavors marry nicely and the sweetness tames this high-testosterone rye whiskey. Bonus points for uniqueness. Editor's Choice

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Producer Angels Envy

Country: United States

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