E H Taylor Straight Rye 75cl

Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey

750ml / 50%

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Regular Price: £119.99

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This is the fifth in the series of Buffalo Trace’s brilliant E.H Taylor ranger and named after the legendary Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor J,R, a man who played a significant part in making bourbon what it is today.

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This bottle pay tribute to Colonel Edmund Haynes Taylor Jr, a man who played an instrumental part in the Bottle in Bond act of 1897, protecting consumers from being sold bogus bourbons. Like all bourbons that are ‘bottled in bond’, the label requires that the bottle of bourbon must only contain barrels distilled by a single distillery, in a single season, stored in a bonded warehouse for four years before bottling and bottled at 100 proof. The E H Taylor Straight Rye bourbon follows these rules and regulations and has earned its namesake.
Bottled at 100 proof and made of straight rye and malted barley, no corn, gives this bourbon an aroma full of dried fruit, black pepper and a touch of fresh dill. A small sip brings an array of flavours both sweet and savoury with a terrific balancer of dark spices and subtle caramel overtones. The finish is especially pleasing with an oaky dryness that lingers just long enough.

Product Details

Size 750ml
Strength (ABV) 50%
Brand Colonel E.H. Taylor
Presentation tube
Country america
Region kentucky
Cask Finish american oak cask
Product Awards

2013 world whiskies awards - best rye american whiskey no age statement
2012 gold medal - the fifty best

Tasting Notes

tasting notes taken from:

f. paul pacult's spirit journalrating:  5 stars/highest recommendation 

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