Bourbon, Straight Rye and Tennessee Whiskey are the prominent styles from America, with rye grains featuring heavily in Canadian whiskey as well. Bourbon is America's most famous spirit, made from a mash bill of grains comprised of mostly corn (maize), rye, wheat and other grains.

The use of fresh, 'virgin' American Oak barrels is one of the key contributors to the overall flavour of Kentucky Bourbons, bold with spice, vanilla and a strong woody influence.

America has seen a considerable growth of craft and small-scale producers, many of which are eschewing the traditional styles, offering a more diverse range of grains, casks and types of whiskey being produced.

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Few Bourbon 46.5%

Few Bourbon 46.5%

Region: Illinois

Strength: 46.50%

Volume: 750ml

$123.00

This Bourbon is from a mash of 70% corn, 20% rye and 10% two row malt. More interestingly it is aged in barrels made from Minnesota oak which has a shorter growing season hence a tighter grain resulting in a unique whiskey. FEW Spirits hails from Evanston in the United States of America, a city that suffered Prohibition for over one hundred yea...


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Few Rye Whiskey 46.5%

Few Rye Whiskey 46.5%

Region: Illinois

Strength: 46.50%

Volume: 750ml

$136.00

This Rye Whiskey melds rye (70%) with the mellowness of corn (20%) and complexity of malted barley (10%) in its mash bill, leaving us with a rather fine drink indeed. The fermented mash is then distilled to 67.5% abv, barrelled at 57.55% abv and bottled at 46.5% abv FEW Spirits hails from Evanston in the United States of America, a city that su...


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