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Lock Stock & Barrel Rye Whiskey 16 Year  750ml
SKU 784008

Lock Stock & Barrel 16 Year Rye Whiskey

Pennsylvania - United States

Professional Wine Reviews for Lock Stock & Barrel 16 Year Rye Whiskey

Rated 92 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Another Lock Stock & Barrel all rye-grain whisky from the pot still at Alberta Distillers. To the sweet oak caramels, vanilla, and potent spiciness of new charred American oak barrels, it adds spring flowers, blistering black pepper, and blackstrap molasses. Firewood, Smith Brothers black cough drops, and new leather bring dimension to ever-present cloves and egg-noggy nutmeg. Canada balsam, licorice, cherries, clean oak, and the heat of high proof, then a long, hot, sweet and spicy finish with vegetal undertones. (Malt Advocate)
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Made from a 100 percent rye mashbill and bottled at 107 proof (53.5 percent alcohol by volume), its flavors are somewhat more intense and concentrated than the 13-year-old’s, but it’s less woody than expected given its age, with powerful notes of dark fruits and a slight bitter-coffee edge. The fruitiness carries over to the finish, where it’s joined by an elegant, warm and woody spice. It’s the kind of rye that elicits an involuntary “ahhhh” as it’s sipped, either neat or with a few drops of water added. - Whiskey of the Week, Robb Report

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Country: United States

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