Produced in the tradition of the classic Pennsylvania or Monongahela rye whiskeys, Rittenhouse Bottled in Bond is a much acclaimed rye, bottled at 100 proof for a big and bold character. A clean, rich palate with hints of nutmeg and spice, the whiskey is undeniably a flavour monster with well earned accolades, taking top American whiskey at the 2006 San Fransisco World Spirits Competition and awarded a gold medal from the same competition in 2014.
Dried fruits and soft spices on the nose. With cocoa and butterscotch, alongside orange peel, cinnamon and caramel.
A thick, fruity palate with chocolate oranges, cassia bark, nutmeg and oak.
The finish has tangy fruit and a little coppery. With marmalade and spice.
700mL | 50% ABV
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