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Estate Oak Rye Whiskey 15 Yr

WhistlePig Estate Oak Rye Whiskey 15 Yr

750 ml

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Sustainably harvested right off WhistlePig's 500-acre farm, the wood has more rings than the standard American oak used in whiskey barrels, imparting more flavor during maturation. Custom toast and char profiles takes the flavor even further, just like a perfectly toasted marshmallow. Hitting the bottle at 92-proof, the liquid is assertive and wise beyond its 15 year age statement and boasts a score of 97 points from Wine Enthusiast. A pure expression of Vermont’s finest, our favorite way to enjoy WhistlePig 15 is fireside on a crisp evening with a perfectly toasted marshmallow.

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Estate Oak Rye Aged 15 Years


Deep and rich, dominated by caramel, vanilla, and oak with hints of allspice and burnt orange.


Warm, rich, and slightly creamy. Loads of butterscotch and baking spice with leather and a hint of tobacco.


Ultra long and rich, warm, and inviting.

WhistlePig Distillery

Rye whiskey is one of the most challenging whiskeys to make. It requires a delicate balance of ingredients and a skilled hand to bring out its complex flavor. The process begins with milling the rye grain. This is followed by mashing, which converts the starches in the grain into sugar. The next step is fermentation, during which yeast breaks down the sugars and produces alcohol. Finally, the whiskey is distilled to remove impurities and aged in oak barrels to impart flavor.

Each of these steps must be carefully monitored and adjusted to produce a world-class Rye whiskey. Fortunately, we have a team of expert distillers who are dedicated to crafting the perfect Rye whiskey. As a result, our Rye whiskey is consistently rated as one of the best in the world.

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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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