Basil Hayden's Two by Two Kentucky Rye (750ml)

SKU #1374096 Whisky Advocate

 Bright, delicate, and approachable. While not a showstopper, it delivers generous sweet fruit, almost candied red apple sweetness, along with floral and black cherry notes. On the palate, it shows modest structure, with notes of lemon and pistachio, along with gentle wisps of baking spice and sandalwood. A blend of two Kentucky straight rye whiskeys and two Kentucky straight bourbons. (JL, Fall 2018)

K&L Notes

Inspired by the legend of a family recipe that dates back to 1796 when rye whiskey and corn whiskey were blended, Two by Two is the latest spirit to join the Basil Hayden's line. The whiskey is a blend of 5-year-old Kentucky straight rye, a 7-year-old Kentucky straight rye, a 13-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon, and a 6-year-old Kentucky straight bourbon. The four whiskeys are expertly fused to create this light-bodied, flavorful dram that is bottled at 80 proof and adorned with a hand-applied green parchment bib label and signature copper belt.

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