Pappy Van Winkle 13 Year Family Reserve Rye Whiskey A Series 2018 750ml
SKU 831708
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Pappy Van Winkle 13 Year Family Reserve Rye Whiskey A Series 2018

Kentucky - United States

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Until now, most rye whiskeys were 4 years old or younger. This 13-year breaks the mold as it is one of the oldest rye whiskeys available today. The maturity it has achieved while aging is quite obvious when you take the first sip. Flavors include cocoa, vanilla, spice, and white pepper. Rye whiskey lovers who try this bottling will never again look back at the younger versions.

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Country: United States

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