Dry Fly Cask Strength Straight Wheat Whiskey

Dry Fly Cask Strength Straight Wheat Whiskey

(0.75l, 60%)


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Bold and unique artisanal wheat Whiskey.

The Northeast is craft this and artisanal that, so it's no wonder that a duo of friends, Don Poffenroth and Ken Fleischmann, decided to set up show in Spokane, Washington, and start making Spirits. They're food industry veterans and they know a thing or two about cooking stuff. They got themselves a nifty Christian Carl pot still from Germany, found local ingredients (30 miles away, max!), and started distilling. They make Vodka and Gin, and most importantly, cask strength wheat Whiskey.

This curiosity is distilled (twice), matured and bottled on-site. It spends three years in 53-gallon #3 char new American oak barrels, and it's bottled at insane 120 Proof. Don't worry: it may sound intense, but the Spirit is complex and delicate. It provides warm and fruity notes that enthralled the jury at 2015 Berlin International Spirits Competition, who gave it a gold medal. It also won double gold at 2014 WSA and silver from the 2015 Beverage Tasting Institute get-together.
  • Category
  • Style
    Straight Wheat Whiskey
  • Region
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
  • Age
    3 Year Old
  • Maturation
    New American Oak barrels

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What does Dry Fly Cask Strength Straight Wheat Whiskey taste like?

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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but final filtering through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates them. Tennessee Whiskey’s finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Rosy amber
Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet nose with noticeable alcohol punch and notes of dried fruit, citrus, oak, honey and toffee.
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Toffee-forward creamy palate with notes of vanilla, cardamom, pepper and oak.
Long, gentle and warm finish.
Ratings & Reviews
Sweet with a strong but not overpowering spice. Does not drink like it's proof. My experience is with a 6 yo 137 proof barrel pick.
Rich and flavorful wheat whiskey - not as rough around the edges as you'd expect from a 3 year cask strength spirit. Punches above its price class...
Good heat, lots of dried fruit and oak. Good black pepper finish.
Color is a deep amber. Nose: A little bit of oak, a little slightly sweet fruit that I can't pinpoint. First sip: Strong oak with a good note of toasted bread. Finish: Savory, almost like the butter for the bread, as well as a good amount of cinnamon. Quick but powerful on the tongue. Not sweet like a Bourbon, but also not dry either. Overall this lacks a little complexity, which makes sense given the relatively young age and 100% wheat Mashbill, but the flavors that are present are more than sufficient to make this a nice change of pace that is still recognizable as American Whiskey with the oak and spice.
Wonderful bouquet smooth and easy on the palate.
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