Michter’s Toasted Barrel Rye Review (And Michter’s Barrel Strength Rye Revisit)

Michter's Toasted Barrel Rye

This past year we have landed a few standard Michter’s offerings, like the US*1 bourbon and rye,  along with a few limited releases like the 10-Year bourbon and the Barrel Strength rye.  Overall, we have been very impressed with Michter’s quality, but a bit on the fence as to the Michter’s backstory.

So when this latest limited release – the Toasted Barrel Finish Rye – hit the shelves, we jumped on the opportunity to give it a try.

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Michter’s Rye Review: 264 Years in the Making

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What’s in a name?  According to Michter’s, a lot.

Take a look at any current Michter’s branded whiskey bottle and you will find the phrase “Distilled in small batches according to the Michter’s pre-Revolutionary War quality standards dating back to 1753.”

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