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High West Distillery Whiskey Bourye  750ml
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High West Distillery Whiskey Bourye American Whiskey

Utah - United States

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Rated 92 by Wine Enthusiast
It's no exaggeration to say this well-balanced mix of bourbon and rye provides the best of both worlds, combining the sweetness of bourbon with the light spiciness of rye. Fruitcake and dried fig on the finish add complexity.
Rated 90 by Decanter
This is a blend of straight bourbon and two straight rye whiskeys: thus the name. Very interesting indeed. But how does it taste? It’s clean, crisp, and quite vibrant (especially on the nose). The rye note is evident throughout. It starts out more like a high rye-content bourbon, with the molasses, caramel, coconut cream, sweet corn, and honey-kissed fruit marrying nicely with the dried spice (vanilla, cinnamon, brisk mint). But then on the latter half of the palate, the rye really kicks in. The whiskey gets bold, the rye becomes intense (almost piercing), with a dried spice finish. Some whiskeys are even keeled throughout. This one is more of an adventure. Not complex enough for “classic status” (>95), but a very distinctive, enjoyable whiskey. (Whisky Advocate)

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Country: United States

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