These are single casks of Alberta rye, aged at WhistlePig and bottled at cask strength. This was conducted as a mystery, and I messaged my notes to /u/gleaver49 for the reveal.
Sweet clove, allspice, caramel. Super fruity, waffles, rye notes. Really fruity and sweet.
Thick, rich, loaded with graham cracker. Its definitely rye. Fruity caramel abounds...faint melon? Some heat but loaded with vanilla and honey. The rye character is there but its not MGP rye.
Long, some heat, lots of faint honey and clove. Caramel and vanilla are big here also.
This is too fruity to be Thomas Handy / Sazerac. I don't think its a Russell's Rye. c Those are my two best guesses since the fruitiness screams Canadian and those are the only two not shitty Northern ryes I can think of. Guessing proof is 50%+ since the heat is pretty present.