What do you mix with rye whiskey?

What do you mix with rye whiskey?

The unmistakable rye aroma and flavor, plus a touch of sweetness makes it a solid go-to in easy, refreshing drinks. Try topping it with ginger ale or shaking it with lemon juice and simple syrup for a Whiskey Sour.

How do you drink rye whiskey?

How to Drink Rye. You can't make a proper Old Fashioned, Sazerac or Manhattan without rye. The spirit also can be paired with club soda or ginger ale, or drunk straight, neat or on the rocks.

Is Jameson a rye whiskey?

Need to know: Made by Pennington's Distilling Company (formerly Speakeasy Spirits Distillery), this single barrel whiskey was made with 100% rye (including 10% malted rye) and aged for about 3 years in 53-gallon charred oak barrels. The distillery is bottling 23 barrels for its first release.

What is the difference between rye whiskey and regular whiskey?

What is different about rye whiskey? The main difference between rye whiskey and other types of whiskey in the United States is that rye whiskey has to be made from a mash bill that is at least 51% rye. There is no limit on how much rye a mash bill can have, but some rye whiskeys have a mash bill that is 100% rye.

What is the difference between rye whiskey and Scotch whiskey?

So it appears that the difference in flavor you get in a rye whiskey, which can come from either the U.S. or Canada, and a Scotch, which are made from malt or grain (or a blend) and has to be aged for at least three years, is that ryes tend to be a little spicy, while Scotches have a bit more of a honey flavor.