High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan

High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan

(0.75l, 37%)

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A perfectly mixed and aged Rye Whiskey Manhattan in a single bottle.

A fateful tour of Maker's Mark Distillery in 2009 inspired David Perkins and his wife Jane to start their own operation. David — a former biochemist — basically said, “Hey, I can do that!” and moved his family to Utah and set up a shop. Success has come hard and fast, and they now produce and market a range of products including their four core Whiskeys, three current limited releases, two bottled cocktails, and two specialty spirits.

High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan gets it’s name from an important event in the history of the American spirits industry. In 1933 the State of Utah cast the 36th and deciding vote in the Constitutional amendment process to end Prohibition. We think that is definitely worth of a celebration, and this is High West's tribute to the 36th Vote! They concoct this impressive bottled cocktail by starting with their signature Double Rye Whiskey, Vya Sweet Vermouth, and famous Angostura Bitters. After blending, the cocktail is re-barreled in the same Rye Whiskey casks to age again for another 120 days. The results are incredibly smooth, spicy, and complex. Add a thin orange peel and Luxardo cherry and call it perfect.

Smartass corner:
Vya is one of the leading “new Vermouths” coming out of California. It is made from mostly Colombard grapes, with a bit of Valdepenas added for complexity. And while most Vermouths lean hard on wormwood, Vya has strong notes of ginger, cinnamon, and currant.
  • Category
  • Style
    Barreled Manhattan Cocktail
  • Region
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    High West Distillery
  • Age

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Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Rose amber. 

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Rancio and honey with mixed spice and butterscotch. 

Flavor / Taste / Palate
More butterscotch with red currant jam, sophisticated Rye spice, and wood notes. 

Sweet and long.
Ratings & Reviews
Nasty Crap. Worst version of a manhattan I've ever tried. and I usually LOVE High West Products. I couldn't get anyone to drink it. Tried using it as a mixer, tried it by itself, tried adding more whiskey, eventually just dumped it down the drain.
Manhattan on the road, well maybe while traveling on the road! This was so much easier than trying to buy all the components!
Superb taste! An easy fix when you don't want to mix (your own).
Smooth from front to back
Liked it from the first time I sampled it at the High West Distillery. Bought my first bottle there and sent it home to meet me.
Heavy on the vermouth
It is good. Very smooth. Barrel aging cocktails is a proven technique at this point. That holds true here as well. As such, this provides an enjoyable shortcut to those unwilling to go through the process - which does take weeks - at home. However, I still favor making my own.
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