J. S. RASCH VIN & SPIRITUS
J. S. Rasch wine and colonial trade has been selling the good things in life since 1807. The current ownership goes back 2 generations.
Straight Rye Whiskey
Old Overholt is one of America’s completely classic Ryes – a cornerstone of the American whiskey industry and the oldest, continuously maintained fire, originating right back in 1810! Today it is Beam Suntory that manufactures the whiskey to this (Go’e) old traversal. The whiskey is stored 3 years on new, unused oak barrels and tapped at 40%. Was someone said Manhattans?
Fragrance: Mild spicy notes of cinnamon and cardamom accompanies mature apples and a touch of caramel.
Taste notes: Still mildly seasoned, and here also lots of vanilla, with a dry ending.
Serving suggestions: Can be enjoyed clean, over ice or in cocktails. An obvious choice for Manhattans.
The portfolio at Jim Beam Distillery is wide. It extends over quite cheap whiskeys intended for “mixing”, bestseller-bourbons and extremely rare luxury releases. The two factories are both in Clermont in the Kentucky state who must be considered as Bourbon’s Arnested. As a starting point, Jim Beam uses of two different Mashbills, one with a low rug content (77% corn, 13% rye and 10% barley) and the other with a high (63% corn, 27% rye and 10% bygical), But they also make Rye and whiskeys with more experimental grain compositions. All their Bourbon is stored at least 4 years on new oak dishes, which is twice as long as the law requires.
The company was founded by Germans in the late 18th century (“Beam” is an Anglization of Böhm), and today it is operated by 7. Generation, but since 2014, the company has been Japanesejet after a Distributed $ 14 billion expensive takeover of Suntory.
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