A Complex Blend That Shouldn't Be This Smooth
Back in the '70s and '80s, the word "blend" earned a rather poor reputation among whiskey fans. Producers often added neutral grain spirits, flavorings or additives to aged whiskey which dramatically altered its taste. But not all blends are created equal. Dry County combines several mashbills with distinct recipes to produce a smooth flavor perfect for mixing or sipping.
|75% Corn | 21% Rye | 4% Malted Barley|
|Nose:||Sweet and strong vanilla with dried fruit and a bit of caramel|
|Palate:||Light oak wood, dried fruit and light rye spice|
|Finish:||Long, smooth, sweet and dry|