New Riff

New Riff Bottled-In-Bond Kentucky Straight Rye Whiskey

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$69.99
New Riff Distilling’s core Rye whiskey is full-bodied, offering hugely spicy character. Building upon America’s 1897 Bottled-in-Bond Act—already the highest quality standard for aged spirits in the world—New Riff Rye is Bottled In Bond Without Chill Filtration. Featuring a unique mashbill of 95% rye and 5% malted rye, it represents a new riff on our hallowed local Rye whiskey traditions. Aged four years in full-size 53-gallon toasted and charred new oak barrels, there are no shortcuts taken in its traditional production. All New Riff whiskeys are made with the full sour mash Kentucky Regimen; all carry an age statement and are always bottled without chill filtration.
Our distillers learned the black arts of the hardest whiskey in the world to make—the famed 95% Rye—under the direct tutelage of the distiller who mastered it in Indiana, Larry Ebersold of Seagram’s. Taking Master Larry’s instruction in hand, we put a riff on it to the tune of adding 5% malted rye, a unique twist that aids in pulling additional flavors out of the rye and adds a touch of the elegance of malted rye. New Riff Rye is splendid with a splash of water, and of course folds magnificently into classic Rye Manhattan and Old Fashioned cocktails.
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02/05/2020
Megan A.
United States United States
Wrong bottle shipped

It was less than satisfactory I ordered a bottle of Riff Rye & received the Riff Bourbon. Upon contacting the company, the owner answered the phone, which was a pleasant surprise. Upon confirmation that I did order the Rye and pay for it and not the bourbon, plus shipping, he suggested I return the bottle in exchange. I paid $15 for shipping. He offered me a $10 refund by driving to his business myself. Huh?? He then decided he would exchange it for the correct one. He did do the right thing in the end.

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