Basyl Hayden's was a visionary. He imagined adding a good dose of rye to the "mash" (mixture of cereals), which at the time consisted exclusively of corn. This rye brought the sweetness characteristic of this cereal. Since then, rye has been part of the mash of the vast majority of American whiskeys. Today, for Basil Hayden's bourbon, we can consider that the rye dosage is twice as high as other bourbons. This whiskey is fruity, spicy and marked by notes of pepper, tea, and honey.
Mashbill: 63% Corn, 27% Rye, 10% Malted Barley.
NOSE: Light, fruity (lemon), rye spice, caramel, vanilla, slightly woody, minty.
PALATE: Oak, caramel, vanilla, mineral, spicy, light pepper, leather.
FINISH: Oak, leather, pepper, caramel. A balance between the spices of rye and the sweetness of sweetness! Lightweight. Mild & Mellow.
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