spicy
butterscotch
red currant
honey
rancio
woody
rye
sweet
cherry
Spiral High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan

High West
36th Vote Barreled Manhattan
Reviews and 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. 

Finish
Sweet and long.
Price:
$47.99
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High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan is adored for its spicy, butterscotch, red currant and honey flavor notes.

This Rye is carefully distilled at High West distillery, United States.

Based on 49 votes, the average rating for High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan is 7.9/10.

Top reviews for High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan:

— 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.

— Superb taste! An easy fix when you don't want to mix (your own).
  • Category
    Rye
  • Style
    Barreled Manhattan Cocktail
  • Region
    Utah
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
    37%
  • Distillery
    High West Distillery
  • Age
    NAS

High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan

(0.75l, 37%)


7.9/10
Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of High West 36th Vote Barreled Manhattan
Dave
Dave,
Like candy...good candy.
 
Peter
Peter,
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.
 
Art
Art,
Manhattan on the road, well maybe while traveling on the road! This was so much easier than trying to buy all the components!
 
Troy
Troy,
Superb taste! An easy fix when you don't want to mix (your own).
 
Jana
Jana,
Smooth from front to back
 
roderick
roderick,
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.
 
Benjamin
Benjamin,
Heavy on the vermouth
 
Todd
Todd,
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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