Adnams Whisky Rye Malt
|Article:||Adnams Whisky Rye Malt|
|Region:||Southwold, Distrikt Waveney, Suffolk, East Anglia|
|Whisk(e)y type:||Rye Malt Whisky|
|Producer:||Adnams Southwold Distillery|
|Flavour:||Fine flavours of a warm vanilla, raisin blancmange and pepper.|
|Taste:||At the palate soft, rich and tasty.|
Adnams Rye whisky is based on rye from John Adnams' own farm in Reydon, whose brewery and distillery are situated only some miles away from his farm in Southwold. Rye is already cultivated for centuries in Reydon to which the place name also alludes. It consists of the two old English words "rey" (for rye) and "don" (for hill). The village is at the coast of Suffolk.
For this suspenseful whisky the Adnams team has recourse to about 140 years of experience of brewing and distilling. The mash consists of 75% rye and 25% barley in which the rye awards a terrific depth and an expressive character to the whisky with a drier and tastier finish.
|Country of origin:||UK|
|Company:||Adnams plc, Sole Bay Brewery|
|Address:||East Green, Southwold, Suffolk IP18 6JW, Vereinigtes Königreich|