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Pikesville Straight Rye Whiskey 110@  750ml
SKU 776520

Pikesville Straight 110@ Rye Whiskey

Kentucky - United States

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Rated 97 by Beverage Tasting Institute
Prohibition shuttered most of the once-booming Maryland Rye industry, but Pikesville, produced since the 1890’s, re-emerged in 1936 and became the lone brand to keep this style of Rye alive. Having stored away extra-aged barrels, Heaven Hill reclaims the past with Pikesville Straight Rye Whiskey. Pikesville is a high-proof, super-premium straight rye whiskey, drawn from specially selected barrels aged at least 6 years. (Whiskey Bible, Rye of the Year)
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Country: United States

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