Dads Hat Distillery Rye Whiskey Vermouth Barrel Finish  750ml
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Dads Hat Distillery Rye Whiskey Vermouth Barrel Finish

Pennsylvania - United States

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Rated 90 by Wine Enthusiast
The only Pennsylvania-style rye actually made in Pennsylvania is finished for three months in former sweet-vermouth casks from Quady Winery. The base rye has a bananas and honey character; this builds on it nicely with layers of raisin, figs, dates and caramel, finishing attractively spiced. Small batch.

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Country: United States

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