Clyde Mays Rye Whiskey  750ml
SKU 815011

Clyde Mays Rye Whiskey

Alabama - United States

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Rated 92 by Ultimate Beverage Challenge
Oats and other crunchy breakfast cereals come to mind when nosing this high proof rye. The savory core comes through on the palate with flavors of fresh coffee bean and cacao nib deepening after each sip.

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Producer Clyde Mays

Country: United States

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