Aged less than 4 years
70% rye, 20% corn, and 2% malted barley
Nose: Raw grains and a dash of sugar grace the nose. Chocolate pudding pie, rye spice, creamy corn, and honey follow.
Taste: Starts off with a dominant pepper spice that kicks at the back of your throat. For a herbal/grassy rye, it's also a buttery whiskey, with sweet notes of creamy vanilla and tootsie rolls.
Finish: It's smooth yet comes with a slight burn. Medium in length. The herbal notes and rye spice continue to dominate along with some bitter oak.
Conclusion: Similar to Few bourbon, Few rye is very unique and grain forward. Unlike most ryes, there isn't much (if any) mint present. While its not something I would necessarly sip neat, this is an interesting bottle that is certainly worth a try. That being said, at under 4 years of age, the suggested retail of$64.99 is a little more than I would like to spend.