James E. Pepper 1776 Rye Whiskey

James E. Pepper

1776 Rye Whiskey

(0.75l, 50%)

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Bringing prohibition and originality back to Bourbon. 
One of the first distilleries and producers of Whiskey in the United States dating back to, unsurprisingly, 1776 and grew into one of the most popular drinks in the 19th century and stayed as such until it fell from grace in the mid 20th century. But that has all changed, in the last few years the brand has seen a revival and is back in the spotlight again for all the right reasons. 
To create this renaissance of sorts, the new owners, Georgetown Trading Co. have spent ages going through the archives to recreate the pre, mid and post prohibition recipes that made the 1776 so iconic. This release is straight Bourbon made with 90% rye and bottled at proof strength of 50%. 
Tasting Notes
Appearance / Color
Smell / Nose / Aroma
Citrus, vanilla, unmistakable rye 
Flavor / Taste / Palate
Sweet honey, soft vanilla, dark chocolate
Incredibly long, cinnamon spice

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  • Style
    Straight Bourbon
  • Region
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
    James E. Pepper & Co.
  • Bottler
    James E. Pepper & Co.
  • Age

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Ratings & Reviews
Member Reviews and Ratings of James E. Pepper 1776 Rye Whiskey
1776 Rye cannot be beaten at its price point. Hell, a lot of much more expensive ryes can't compare. The company has been in the game for a while and it shows. 1776 is rich, spicy, but not too sweet. It's great straight, on the rocks, or as the base for a beautiful old fashioned.
Very good Rye as they put it, unmistakable
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