The Chicago Rabbinical Council (cRc) partnered with Buffalo Trace Distillery to make this batch of Straight Rye Whiskey. Distilled from the same high quality grains as other straight rye whiskeys from Buffalo Trace, this Kosher spirt was aged in specifically designated Kosher barrels. In order to satisfy Passover requirements, these barrels were sold to a non-Jewish executive in a ceremony witnessed by a representative from the cRc. After aging for seven years, this Straight Rye Whiskey was bottled at 94 proof. The bottling lines were completely cleaned beforehand and no contact was made with non-Kosher spirits. Released after Passover each year, this Straight Rye Whiskey is big and brash, honoring the spirit of America’s oldest continually-operating distillery.
This Straight Rye Whiskey celebrates the spice of rye, with hints of citrus and clove.
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