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KOVAL's hand-selected barrels have become highly sought after by those looking to offer exciting limited-release whiskeys available nowhere else on the market. This exclusive hand-selected barrel was chosen by the ReserveBar Team for its unique characteristics and is bottled at cask strength for maximum flavor and complexity. ReserveBar Topflight Series KOVAL Cask Strength Rye is crafted with a mash bill of 100% organic rye grain and distilled with signature "heart cut" techniques designed to allow the flavor of the grain to truly shine. This singular expression offers heat seekers a warm and peppery drinking experience accompanied by a progressive mouthfeel and a velvety, refined finish.
From Lee Diaz, Topflight Series Panel Member:
KOVAL has quickly become one of my favorite modern distilleries, and this single-barrel Rye beautifully represents a few reasons why. In learning their story, you'll discover that their approach to distillation leverages learnings from family tradition, which focuses on using the heart cut. Many of their releases use 100% of a single grain, in this case, Rye, to truly let the virtues of that grain shine. Their style in design and final product take center stage in the bottle and the glorious liquid it carries.
Whether you are new to rye whiskey or simply looking for something new, this pour has something for everyone to behold. The nose offer is grain forward with hints of green apple, caramel, and cinnamon. On the palate, you'll delight in a blend of brown sugar, mint, and black tea that leads into white pepper, which develops into a velvety and herbaceous finish with an even heat.
TOPFLIGHT: Series 1, Barrel No. 36
MASHBILL: 100% Rye
Green apple, caramel, cinnamon.
Brown sugar, mint, black tea, white pepper.
Spices and herbaceous (rosemary).
WARNING: Drinking distilled spirits, beer, coolers, wine and other alcoholic beverages may increase cancer risk, and, during pregnancy, can cause birth defects.
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