mozilla wrote:The next one to try after WTr...is Sazerac. They are worlds apart in flavor and start to show the variety that can be achieved in the rye spectrum. RRr is good, but too similar to WTr for the extra $$. Rittenhouse would be high on the list, if available in your area.
mozilla wrote: The Russells Reserve rye is only a six year product. It's the RR bourbon that is a ten yr product.
Don Galligan wrote:I have drank the Old Overholt Rye for a couple of nights now, and I must say don't come here for flavor. To me it tasted a little bitter and dusty. And not dusty in a good way, but like dust! Kind of like when you are walking down a gravel road and a car passes. Not a pleasant flavor. I will have to try the WT rye. Do they have both an 80 and a 101 proof version? I think I've seen the 80, but I know I would prefer the 101. OO has some very interesting history however, but I don't want to digress the conversation. I have made a post about it on my web page if you are interested.
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