whiskeybusiness says on September 19, 2020
dark amber or Copper bold spice profile akin to Rittenhouse Rye. bottled at 92 abv and packaged beautifully.
I tried it during a gathering didn't have time to stick my nose inside the glass, but it is a solid, solid bottle.
Craft distilleries more likely to be places for experimental distilling and technique; it is not unusual to find that their products ranging from interesting to worse. However, the 45th parallel distillery has knocked it out of the park with this rye... It is not however, unusual or a rye of distinction for it's novelty. Instead it is a solid rye with notes of clove, allspice, cherry and a hint of burnt orange. I was given this as a gift for hosting my daughter's rehearsal dinner by the grooms family. It was a solid gift and maybe the second greatest thing to come out of Wisconsin. Raise a glass to my son in law (hopefully the bestest thing from Wisconsin) and my daughter.
a solid medium finish full of grassy and bready notes.