Pinhook Straight Rye Whiskey Cask Strength 'Rye Humor' 2018 750ml
SKU 831341

Pinhook Straight Rye Whiskey Cask Strength 'Rye Humor' 2018

Kentucky - United States

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The name Pinhook is taken from a thoroughbred industry practice of buying young horses and selling them when they are old enough to race. In that vein, the brand has begun to release a new bourbon and a new rye every year, each named after a promising young race horse. This year’s rye, Rye Humor, first hit shelves this spring at 97 proof. A handful of privately selected True Single Barrel Ryes also arrived over the summer, but this will be the first widely released barrel proof rye from the brand. The newest expression, Pinhook Cask Strength 2018, will be arriving around the country in the coming weeks. This 95% rye, 5% malted barley rye whiskey recipe was distilled in Lawrenceburg, IN, aged 4 years, and bottled at 114 proof. The distillery tells us to look for notes of “dark chocolate, candied black licorice, vanilla extract, raisins, tobacco, cinnamon stick, and sarsaparilla.”

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Country: United States

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