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12YRS
Aged
80
Proof

Pendleton® 1910 is a rare 100% rye whisky distilled in Canada and is oak-barrel aged a minimum of 12 years. Featuring round, rich notes of tobacco, charred oak and butterscotch with a spicy rye kick and peppery heat, Pendleton® 1910 Rye Whisky is rounded out by the smoothness of maple and sweet cherry to provide a weighty and balanced, yet complex, flavor profile. The 1910 name pays homage to the year of the first-ever Pendleton Round-Up and comes packaged in an iconic 750ml bottle with unique and intricately embossed detailing reminiscent of tooling on a saddle and features the famous Pendleton Round-Up bucking horse. It is a work of art sure to be a favorite in any connoisseur’s spirits collection.

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Single Barrel Rye Whiskey

Single barrel rye whiskey, a beloved American spirit with a rich history dating back to the colonial era, is renowned for its bold flavor and spicy character. In the late 1700s, rye whiskey was immensely popular, with even George Washington owning a rye whiskey distillery capable of producing 11,000 gallons per year. In the early 1800s, Pennsylvania outpaced Kentucky in whiskey production, with one county alone producing enough rye whiskey to provide a barrel to every two people in the United States.

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About Single Barrel Rye Whiskey

Single barrel rye whiskey, a beloved American spirit with a rich history dating back to the colonial era, is renowned for its bold flavor and spicy character. In the late 1700s, rye whiskey was immensely popular, with even George Washington owning a rye whiskey distillery capable of producing 11,000 gallons per year. In the early 1800s, Pennsylvania outpaced Kentucky in whiskey production, with one county alone producing enough rye whiskey to provide a barrel to every two people in the United States.

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