Dry Fly 3 Year Old Straight Cask Wheat Whiskey (700ml)

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Dry Fly 3 Year Old Straight Cask Wheat Whiskey (700ml)

Washington State, UNITED STATES
$165.00 Bottle
  • ABV 60%

On a mission to prove that wheat whiskey can be bigger and bolder, the craft project of Don Poffenroth and Kent Fleischmann has culminated in this 100% 'soft white wheat' whiskey, twice distilled then aged a minimum of three years in new 53-gallon American Oak barrels with a #3 char. In true craft distilling style, the grain is sourced from a local homestead.

Other reviews... Quite beautiful whiskey. One every whisky lover should experience to further their understanding of this multi-faceted spirit. 60% Alc./Vol.
94.5 points - Jim Murrays Whisky Bible 2017

....Brilliant deep amber color. Delicate, toasty, fruity, exotic, grainy aromas of buttery cashew brittle, floral honey, vanilla custard, and rice and sesame candies with a supple, lively, fruity medium-full body and a peppery, interesting, long toffee, peppery spices, charcoal, and oak finish. A bold, character rich wheat whisky with a lot of guts. 89 points - www.tastings.com

Not burning my nose; mild bread and vanilla aromas. Peppy stuff, but not explosive on the palate; easily held five seconds on the tongue, but fiery once it gets aerated. Sweet grain with a big saw-toothed edge of cinnamon and hot vanilla, and a circling brim of zingy mint that tightens toward the finish. Pretty interesting stuff for wheat whiskey; a more expressive nose would seal the deal.
87 points - www.whiskyadvocate.com (Summer 2013) Reviewed by: Lew Bryson