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Knob Creek Unveils 10 Year Old Rye Whiskey

Knob Creek 10 Year Old Rye

Knob Creek has unveiled its oldest rye whiskey to date as it’s adding 10 Year Old bottling to its permanent lineup

Knob Creek has added a 10 Year Old Rye Whiskey to its core collection. The extra-aged whiskey from the small batch bourbon brand sees the rye category continue to grow as distilleries see opportunity in the space. This is the third rye released by the Kentucky-based brand.

Aged for a decade in deeply charred barrels, Knob Creek 10 Year Old Rye offers aromas of rich caramel, vanilla, spice, and dried apple. The palate features notes of black peppercorn, creamy vanilla, and caramel, as well as hints of oak and char. The lingering finish finds notes of baking spice.

“Whiskey enthusiasts know when they’re drinking our whiskey, it’s aged to perfection and crafted with exceptional full flavor. We’re excited to bring an extra-aged rye whiskey with even more robust flavors from a decade of aging in our barrels,” says Freddie Noe, Eighth Generation Master Distiller. “When my grandfather created Knob Creek® over 30 years ago, he set out with the intention to craft a premium whiskey without shortcuts, and we’re excited to continue his legacy – I know he’d love it, just like our fans will.”

The brand recommends enjoying the whiskey neat, on the rocks, or in a cocktail. 

Bottled at 50% ABV, Knob Creek 10 Year Old Rye is available across the US with a suggested retail price of $69.99 per 750ml bottle. For more information, head over to the brand’s official website.

Last fall, Knob Creek launched a new, limited-edition bourbon, Knob Creek 18 Year Old