Dry Fly Straight Washington Wheat Whiskey

Dry Fly Straight Washington Wheat Whiskey

(0.75l, 45%)

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Catch of the day.

Uncle Flaviar loves local, unique, craft distillers, and Dry Fly out of Spokane, Washington, is after his own heart. Why? Because these guys are what a craft distiller is supposed to be. Where some small shops outsource everything, reducing their business model to that of repackaging and marketing operations, Dry Fly is anti-that. They control every aspect of the process; from sourcing 99% local ingredients from other neighborhood producers, to hand making everything else in their shop. They even hand-bottle all of their products on-site. Farm to bottle or grain to glass, as they say.

Dry Fly is the contrivance of Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann, who set out to create Spirits that celebrate the beauty of their local surroundings, where the two love to fish in their spare time. Their product line includes Vodka, Gin, Bourbon and of course Whiskey. Not bad for a couple of former corporate marketing executives who combined forces to become the first licensed distillers in Washington since Prohibition.

This is the golden age of small batch distilling craft operations, which means plenty of Whiskey and plenty of diversity all over the place. Despite that, wheat Whiskey is an entirely different kettle of fish. Dry Fly Washington Wheat Whiskey is a 100% Wheat Whiskey made in a small Cristian Karl Copper pot still and left to age for 3 years in American oak barrels. The dram carries plenty of punch and personality, but since we’re talking about wheat here, you can expect a nice smooth start, some sweetness and plenty of elegance as well.

Each bottle is handsealed with the note of the batch number and bottle number within the batch. The hilarious remarks on the bottle are there to keep you entertained whilst reminding you to restock the bottle before it’s too late. Fun and games aside, this is a tremendous Spirit whose reputation is only further underpinned by the huge amount of awards it’s winning. So, are you ready to take the bait?
  • Category
  • Style
    Straight Wheat Whiskey
  • Region
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
  • Age
    3 Year Old
  • Maturation
    American oak barrels

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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but a final filter through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates Tennessee Whiskey from its Kentucky cousin. The finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Deep amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Oak, apple with citrus notes hanging in the air.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Toffee, cinnamon with butterscotch.

Elegant but gutsy.  
Ratings & Reviews
Decent finish but you can taste how young this whiskey is. I'll be ready to try it when it is 6-8 years old
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.
This is a very nice with a smooth taste to it, it is great as a everyday drink and not a sipping whiskey.
Light less harsh to drink the most whiskeys. It need more flavor but not bad with a coke
If you like a smooth refreshing whiskey this is the one just poor over ice and enjoy
Not too strong - very easy to drink neat.
Pretty good drink for such a young one. I feel like it still needs some more age before discovering it’s true potential but the price is right.
Easy to drink. Could have a tad more wheat in the palate.
Good whiskey, especially for the price. If you like to dry different flavors, the wheat provides a different spin.
Surprisingly mellow and smooth, I could drink a lot of this. Could see how it would lend itself well to cocktails
Very sweet a great mixer.
Definitely a different profile here with the wheat. Not my forte but I am glad I tried it.
Not a fan of licorice
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