Treaty Oak Schenley Reserve Rye
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Raided Score: 66 Publication: Whiskey Consensus Excerpt: There were many elements about this rye whiskey that really surprised me. Where I normally get a delicious burnt salted caramel/brown sugar note from higher aged rye, here I got nothing of the sort. Read Full Review Raided Score: 96 Publication: The Whiskey Wash Excerpt: The rye is working well. Velvety, solid, enjoy this on the back deck or in your favorite spirit-forward cocktail. Read Full Review Raided Score: 82 Publication: Breaking Bourbon Excerpt: It drinks more like a light whiskey than a rye, and brings with it a set of flavors that are quite unique, though it won’t please everyone. Read Full Review Raided Score: 88 Publication: Whiskey Raiders Excerpt: This is the stuff. Complex, powerful rye with great body and a great mouth feel and finish. Winner. Read Full Review
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Distilled from rye in Canada, this rye release is sourced through American distiller and bottler Treaty Oak in Texas, USA. It previously carried the name Red Handed Rye before a rename.
Rich marmalade, butter, toffee, some rye spice. Big, syrupy, rich nose with brown butter and molasses and clove.
Spearmint, rye spice, orange peel, exceptionally bold clove and bread character. Rich on the palate, heat is just right, lots of body. Right amount of oak. Oh man.
Long finish, filled with rye spice, orange marmalade, honey, toffee, some cinnamon and a wallop of clove.
This is the stuff. Complex, powerful rye with great body and a great mouth feel and finish. Winner.
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