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Journeyman Rye Not A King 750ml

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750ml
country
United States
region
Michigan
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Winery
Not a King Rye is a tribute to George Washington, who was not only our first president, but also one of America’s first distillers. After his victory over the British, he was celebrated by the masses as the first King of America. Washington famously stated that he was “Not a King”. This is a limited release whiskey made available on Presidents Day each year. Single-distillation from 60% organic rye / 40% organic corn 45% abv / 90 proof Blended to profile for each batch Hints of sweet honey, fruity accent with a creamy buttery body, caramel, banana, burnt sugars.
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Journeyman Rye Not A King 750ml

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