Laws Whisky House Has A Great Father’s Day Gift Idea

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Father's Day is a great time to celebrate the paternal bond formed over a lifetime of memories. And, it can also be a time of stress when you're figuring out what gift can sufficiently live-up to the day's namesake.

New Riff – Single Barrel Bourbon SP

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New Riff Distilling’s core Bourbon expression is a genuinely high-rye, full bodied whiskey offering savory, spicy character, bottled at Barrel Proof without Chill Filtration.

Laws Whiskey – San Luis Valley Rye

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8,000 feet above sea level, in Colorado’s San Luis Valley, the Cody family has been cultivating this low yield, semi-wild rye grain since the 1930s. We fell in love with how it ferments and distills into a terroir-driven, unapologetic whiskey.

High West – Double Rye SB “Beef n Leaf” 2021

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Quick Stats: Distiller: High West Spirit: Straight Rye…

Redwood Empire – Lost Monarch

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Named after the world’s largest coastal Redwood, Lost Monarch whiskey has a name to live up to.

Devil’s River – “Beef & Leaf” SB

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Low corn, high rye, and high proof should mark this bourbon as something incredibly hot. But what we get is so much more complex.

Wilderness Trail – Family Reserve Rye SB

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At 107, the pour drinks smooth. As in, probably closer to 100, which is always a good thing when pours drink below their proof but maintain a higher level of boldness and flavor. 

Wilderness Trail – Family Reserve Bourbon SB

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The mash bill is 64% corn, 24% rye, and 12% malted barley. With the higher rye content, it's unsurprising that the rye peaks through pretty immediately in both the nose and the palate. However, it's still balanced by more sweet and subtle notes that pull it from "overly bold" to a more rounded and complex experience. 

Hooten Young 12 Year

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Hooten Young seems to have hit the mark on marrying subtle flavor and sweetness with the complexity of more bold and savory flavors.