Masterson's 10 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey

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Masterson's 10 Year Old Straight Rye Whiskey

Beyond the Label

Crafted in small batches with the utmost attention to detail, Masterson's is a 100% rye whiskey that far exceeds industry standards for rye whiskey production. Our artisans incorporate only the most fragrant and plump grains of rye and pure glacial water from the northern Rockies into a meticulous distillation process that utilizes an old-fashioned pot still. The resulting spirit is then aged in perfectly charred white-oak casks for over ten years to produce a truly exceptional whiskey.

Masterson's is all rye and only rye, meeting the strictest definition of traditional rye whiskey. The rye is grown in the verdant Pacific Northwest, and we chose only rye that exhibits the perfect combination of weight, plumpness, rich, and earthy fragrance. These key characteristics, along with our meticulous distillation process, give Masterson's its uniquely smooth taste.

California Residents:Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

Product Details

Product Type Whiskey
Style Rye
Country Canada

Make a Cocktail

Masterson's Sazerac

Ingredients
2 parts Masterson's
1/2 part Simple Syrup
4-5 dashes Peychaud's Bitters
1 barspoon Absinthe
Recipe
01 Chill tumbler with ice and soda water and set aside.
02 Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass, add ice and stir for 30-45 seconds.
03 Empty the chilled tumbler and pour in 1 barspoon of Absinthe.
04 Lace inside of glass and discard any excess Absinthe.
05 Strain the mixing glass into tumber, express and garnish with a lemon peel.

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Beyond the Label

Crafted in small batches with the utmost attention to detail, Masterson's is a 100% rye whiskey that far exceeds industry standards for rye whiskey production. Our artisans incorporate only the most fragrant and plump grains of rye and pure glacial water from the northern Rockies into a meticulous distillation process that utilizes an old-fashioned pot still. The resulting spirit is then aged in perfectly charred white-oak casks for over ten years to produce a truly exceptional whiskey.

Masterson's is all rye and only rye, meeting the strictest definition of traditional rye whiskey. The rye is grown in the verdant Pacific Northwest, and we chose only rye that exhibits the perfect combination of weight, plumpness, rich, and earthy fragrance. These key characteristics, along with our meticulous distillation process, give Masterson's its uniquely smooth taste.

California Residents:Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING

Product Details

Product Type Whiskey
Style Rye
Country Canada

Scent and Flavor

NOSE

Black tea, anise, all spice, orange zest, toffee, caramel, spearmint and maple wood

PALATE

Bold with warm spice indicative of its age; hints of cracked black pepper, nutmeg, vanilla, clove, delicate sweetness of maple and tobacco

FINISH

Long lingering finish of oak, earth, rye spice and maple

Cocktail Recipe

Masterson's Sazerac

Ingredients
2 parts Masterson's
1/2 part Simple Syrup
4-5 dashes Peychaud's Bitters
1 barspoon Absinthe
Recipe
01 Chill tumbler with ice and soda water and set aside.
02 Combine all ingredients in a mixing glass, add ice and stir for 30-45 seconds.
03 Empty the chilled tumbler and pour in 1 barspoon of Absinthe.
04 Lace inside of glass and discard any excess Absinthe.
05 Strain the mixing glass into tumber, express and garnish with a lemon peel.
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