Templeton Rye Special Reserve Whiskey Is Barrel Aged For 10 Years

Templeton Rye Special Reserve Whiskey

I have a deep love in my heart for finely aged Rye Whiskey. It will be hard to find a better spirit in 2017 than the Templeton Rye Special Reserve Whiskey. This exquisite Rye is barrel aged for 10 long years.

Why was the Templeton Rye Special Reserve aged for 10 years? Well, the barrel-aging process produces the finest Rye Whiskey. More importantly, this Special Reserve Rye was aged to celebrate Templeton’s 10th year producing Rye. It didn’t take long after arriving on the scene for Templeton to establish themselves as one of the major players of the Kentucky Bourbon scene.

Templeton Rye Special Reserve Whiskey

A standard Rye Whiskey is only aged 5 years, this 10-year barrel aged Templeton Rye Special Reserve is a cut above the rest. Only 6,080 bottles will be released of this immediate collector’s item. This is a spirit that true Rye Whiskey aficionados cannot afford to pass on.

For more details on when and where to purchase the Templeton Rye Special Reserve Whiskey you can CLICK HERE to visit Templeton’s website.



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