High West Distillery Midwinter Nights Dram  750ml
SKU 787924

High West Distillery Midwinter Nights Dram

Utah - United States

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Rated 98 by Wine Enthusiast
This limited-edition blend of straight rye whiskeys finished in French oak and former port barrels offers huge, rounded notes of rich toffee, dark fruit, orange peel and mulling spices. It's almost like a wintry whiskey punch in a bottle. The language on the label winks at Shakespeare, making this a special gift for a theater lover as well as a whiskey lover.
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Nose - The rye forms a beautiful base of vanilla, caramel and cinnamon; the port barrels enhance with plums and dried fruits; the French oak provides a spice accent. Taste - A proper Christmas plum pudding with lovely mulling spices, dried fruits, and crème anglaise. Finish - Long and fruity.

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Country: United States

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