You’ll know rye whiskey when you taste it. Its distinct smokey, caramel flavor is one of a kind. Contrary to how most whiskey is made, it doesn’t have to be aged for a minimum of any years, but most people age it for at least two.What makes rye whiskey different from bourbon?
Here’s the deal: the process of making rye whiskey and bourbon are actually really similar. Rye whiskey and bourbon are both aged in charred new oak barrels and they’re both bottled at a minimum of 40% ABV. But, the catch is the distinct flavor of rye. Even after aging in charred oak, it doesn’t fully lose its spiciness.Is rye whiskey gluten-free?
Yes. Hooray! Even if it’s made with wheat, barley, or rye - pure whiskey is gluten-free. However, keep on the lookout for added flavorings, as they could contain gluten that would make your rye whiskey not gluten-free.How do you drink rye whiskey?
Have you ever had an Old Fashioned, Sazerac, or Manhattan? Did you like it? If yes, it’s safe to say you probably like rye whiskey in your drink. It can also be consumed on the rocks, neat, or with club soda or ginger ale.Can I get rye whiskey delivery?
Abso-freakin-lutley. Saucey will have your rye whiskey delivered straight to your door. Pick whichever one stands out to you and we’ll get it to you ASAP. Promise.What are the best rye whiskeys?