By law, bourbon must be made using a mash bill of at least 51% corn. Traditionally, bourbons use rye as the secondary grain in the mash bill. This signature recipe for 1792 High Rye Bourbon uses a much higher percentage of rye as the secondary grain than most bourbons do, creating a robust and full flavor.
The spicy rye notes are complemented by years of aging in charred white oak barrels, whose caramelized sugars delicately balance with the peppery rye flavor. Enjoy a perfect marriage of sweet vanilla, caramel, butterscotch and rye in 1792 High Rye Bourbon