Lot No. 40 Rye Whisky
|Article:||Lot No. 40|
|Whisk(e)y type:||Rye Whisky|
|Barrel:||New white oak|
|Characteristics:||Whisky made of 100% rye. At first distilled in a column stil then in a pot stil. The whisky stands out due to strong, balanced rye seasoning without covering fruit or wood.|
|Flavour:||Rye bread, pepper, nutmeg, honey and vanilla.|
|Taste:||Rye, white pepper, walnut, roasted fruits and apple cake.|
|Finish:||Medium-long, rye, caramel, pepper and apple.|
No Manhattan cocktail without a good rye whisky!
Who likes seasoning, strength and expression in its pure form is exactly right here. After everybody thought that Canadian whisky always is made of rye, Dr. Don Livermore has actually created a rye whisky after its original example which makes all honour to the name "Canadian RYE" now.
Lot 40 was, the name of the property which one pioneer Joshua Booth was ascribed to, when he emigrated to Canada after the end of the civil war in the USA and on which one he started to distil whisky. Livermore considers itself a part of this tradition and so Lot 40 is a tribute not least to the founders of the Canadian whisky culture.
5 cl Lot 40 40
2 cl red Port
2 dashes of Angostura bitters
2 dashes of Peach bitter
Stir all ingredients and then give into a cocktail bowl without ice. Garnish with an orange zest.
|List of ingredients:||Colouring: caramel E150a|
|Country of origin:||Canada|
|Company:||Corby Spirit and Wine Limited|
|Address:||225 King Street West Suite 1100 Toronto, Ontario M5V 3M2|
|Address:||Winsbergring 12-22, 22525 Hamburg|