Jim Beam bourbon has an American origin (Kentucky), and was created in 1795 by Jacob Beam.
Bulleit 95 Rye
Bulleit 95 Rye is a very awarded, complex and spicy rye whiskey. It is the Premium Bourbon with the highest growth and number of awards received from around the world.
The bottle and presentation of Bulleit represent the independence and spirit of the American frontier and the culture of taking risks and being an entrepreneur.
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Bulleit 95 Rye is made through a slow aging in oak barrels, in periods of up to 26 years and a selection of yeasts and cereals such as rye and corn and spring water.
Bulleit 95 Rye Tasting Notes
- View: Bulleit 95 Rye has a reddish color.
- Nose: On the nose oak aromas are perceived.
- Palate: The palate has a mild flavor with hints of vanilla, honey and spices.
The best way to taste a Bulleit 95 Rye is with a Manhattan Rye. This refreshing cocktail is prepared by mixing: 3 cl. of Bulleit Rye, 1.5 cl. of sweet vermouth, 3 drops of angostura bitters. To decorate add a cherry. Serve in a glass.
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Distribuido por Diageo España, S.A. - Av.Victoria, 32. Edif.Spirit (28023 Madrid)
- Bottle Shape
- 70 cl
- Country of Origin
- United States
- Bulleit Distilling Co.
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