1792 High Rye Bourbon
1792 High Rye by law must be made using a mash bill of at least 51% corn. Traditionally, bourbons use rye as the secondary grain in the mash bill.
This signature recipe for 1792 High Rye uses a much higher percentage of rye as the secondary grain than most bourbons do, creating a robust and full flavor.
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