I’m putting the Woodford Reserve Rye up against the Templeton Rye to compare how these Rye Whiskey’s compare. Both of these Whiskeys are aged 4 years in American Oak and tip their hat to pre-prohibition era whiskey.

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Woodford Reserve Rye:
Woodford Reserve Rye uses a pre-prohibition style ratio of 53% rye in its mash bill to pay homage to history’s original rye whiskeys, making spice and tobacco the dominant note among a sea of fruit, floral, and sweet aromatics, which yields a nice sweetness and overall balance. Our rye whiskey can deliver complex flavors – neat, on ice, or in a cocktail. A balanced rye makes a more balanced cocktail.

Templeton Rye:
It wasn’t until 2007 that the distribution of the modern Templeton Rye brand began outside of Iowa. Despite claiming that it’s made in Templeton, it’s actually distilled and aged in Indiana. Templeton Rye is strong with baking spices but complemented nicely with a creamy butter and smooth warm toffee fullness.

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