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Knob Creek Rye Whiskey Small Batch  750ml
SKU 771186

Knob Creek Small Batch Rye Whiskey

Kentucky - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Knob Creek Small Batch Rye Whiskey

Rated 95 by Decanter
The nose is distinctly floral and fruity with notes of red fruits and peaches. Powerfully spicy and woodsy in the mouth with hints of smoke, cigar box and tobacco leaf that lingers long on the palate. (Ultimate Beverage Challenge)
Rated 95 by Wine Enthusiast
Smells of sweet corn, buttered popcorn and pistachio nuts in the early stages; later whiffs pick up well-endowed scents of sautéed butter, oaky vanilla, beeswax and linseed oil. Palate entry is full-bodied, sweet and honeyed; at midpalate the taste profile turns drier, more intensely grainy-mashy and breakfast cereal-like. Finishes with notes of nougat, almonds, candy bar, and oak. Best Buy.
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Producer Knob Creek

Country: United States

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