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Dry Fly Straight Triticale Whiskey

Dry Fly Straight Triticale Whiskey

Size: 0,7 l
(45.0% ABV)
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  • BrandDry Fly
  • CategoryAmerican Whiskey
  • CountryUnited States
  • RegionCaribbean
  • DistilleryDry Fly
  • Age3 Year Old
  • Style Grain Whiskey
  • Maturation American oak barrels
  • Alcohol45.0%
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The smoothness of Wheat Whiskey with enough rye spice to entice. 

Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann were two fishing buddies standing knee deep in a stream. In hushed tones they discussed how lucky they were to live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest… and some drinking was going on too. Soon, they hatched a plan. In 2007 they founded Dry Fly Distillery — the first legal distillery in Washington State since Prohibition. They use the finest local ingredients to craft their award-winning spirits with a line-up that has grown to include five Whiskies, Two Gins, and Vodka.

While some other world Whiskies use Triticale as a component, Dry Fly Straight Triticale Whiskey is the only Straight Triticale Whiskey. Anywhere... In the world... If you are new to Triticale, it’s a hybrid of wheat and rye. Sounds perfect for Whiskey, right? And so it is — delivering the smoothness of wheat and a light peppery-ginger flavor and aroma of rye. It’s aged three years in new American oak and bottled at 88 proof/44% ABV.

Smartass corner:
The word triticale comes from the Latin family names of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale) thus “Triti-cale.” It was developed in Scotland and Germany in the 1800s to cross-breed a productive, flavorful grain to grow in harsher conditions.

Flavor Spiral TM
  • spicy spicy
  • vanilla vanilla
  • caramel caramel
  • floral floral
  • lavender lavender
  • wheat wheat
  • earthy earthy
  • rye rye
  • fruit fruit
Appearance / Color 
Medium amber. 

Nose / Aroma / Smell 
Earthy-spicy vanilla and caramel with a dash of fruit and lavender. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate 
The palate leans toward Wheat with Rye spice on the back palate and some floral notes. 

Finish
Long and smooth with a burst of Rye spice on the tail.

About

The smoothness of Wheat Whiskey with enough rye spice to entice. 

Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann were two fishing buddies standing knee deep in a stream. In hushed tones they discussed how lucky they were to live in the beautiful Pacific Northwest… and some drinking was going on too. Soon, they hatched a plan. In 2007 they founded Dry Fly Distillery — the first legal distillery in Washington State since Prohibition. They use the finest local ingredients to craft their award-winning spirits with a line-up that has grown to include five Whiskies, Two Gins, and Vodka.

While some other world Whiskies use Triticale as a component, Dry Fly Straight Triticale Whiskey is the only Straight Triticale Whiskey. Anywhere... In the world... If you are new to Triticale, it’s a hybrid of wheat and rye. Sounds perfect for Whiskey, right? And so it is — delivering the smoothness of wheat and a light peppery-ginger flavor and aroma of rye. It’s aged three years in new American oak and bottled at 88 proof/44% ABV.

Smartass corner:
The word triticale comes from the Latin family names of wheat (Triticum) and rye (Secale) thus “Triti-cale.” It was developed in Scotland and Germany in the 1800s to cross-breed a productive, flavorful grain to grow in harsher conditions.
Flavor Spiral TM
  • spicy spicy
  • vanilla vanilla
  • caramel caramel
  • floral floral
  • lavender lavender
  • wheat wheat
  • earthy earthy
  • rye rye
  • fruit fruit
Appearance / Color 
Medium amber. 

Nose / Aroma / Smell 
Earthy-spicy vanilla and caramel with a dash of fruit and lavender. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate 
The palate leans toward Wheat with Rye spice on the back palate and some floral notes. 

Finish
Long and smooth with a burst of Rye spice on the tail.

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