Sazerac Rye


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License: Creative Commons - Attribution
Author: Mike McCune
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You may have noticed a lack of beer shots in my stream over the last few months and I blame it fully on my new found love of whiskey. I've been trying lots of styles and brands (Wild Turkey, Bulleit, Pendleton, Maker's, Knob, Four Roses, Crown, Rogue Single Malt and a few others) over the last 3-4 months and realized that I really like American Rye. Been enjoying Wild Turkey Rye a lot and been trying to get my hands on some Sazerac which seems to be rare around here. Grabbed the last bottle on the shelf today and gave it a try. Very tasty, spicy, aromatic and somewhat sweet with a very smooth finish. So far one of my fav ryes I've had.

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