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Corsair Artisan Distillery Rye Whiskey Ryemageddon  750ml
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Corsair Artisan Distillery Ryemageddon Rye Whiskey

Tennessee - United States

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Rated 94 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Deep amber copper color. Aromas of buttery toasted cranberry-cherry bread. honeyed nuts, and delicate spice with a supple, fruity medium-full body and a generous honeyed grain, malted chocolate fudge, and candied smoked nuts and citrus finish. Fantastically vibrant and flavor packed.
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Corsair Artisan Distillery specializes in producing hand-crafted, small production, premium spirits. Using traditional copper pot stills, owners Andrew Webber and Darek Bell produce a few cases from each batch. This labor-intensive and costly approach is a throwback to a time when master blenders, not machines created taste and flavor. Within months of opening their first distillery in Bowling Green, KY, Corsair Artisan Gin was awarded a Gold Medal at the prestigious San Francisco Spirit Competition. The distillery continues to garner awards and a second distillery was opened in 2010 in Nashville. Mavericks at heart, Andrew and Darek blend innovative techniques with traditional distillation methods to create unique, artisanal spirits of distinction.

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