Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey
United States - Washington - Spokane

Dry fly's original 100% wheat whiskey at barrel strength. Aged over 3 years in new, 53 gallon American oak it is the bolder and stronger version of a dry fly classic.
"A quite beautiful whiskey. One every whiskey lover should experience to further their understanding of this multi-faceted spirit." jim murray (2019 whiskey bible)

Wheat whisky
3 years in oak

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Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey - American Whiskey

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey - American Whiskey

american whiskeyPeggy Noe Stevens – 8.4
Nose: Slightly floral note with a honey overlay. Soft ginger that illuminates when it opens. Oak and white cherry notes.
Palate: Supple honey, but boy does that licorice note come out with some wood sugar. Ripe plums and sugared dates.
Finish: Nice texture and black pepper spice with soft sweetness. Some velvety tannins.
Comment: Gradually unfolds on the tongue and would like this in a Manhattan cocktail.

Susan Reigler – 8.5
Nose: Sweet and fruity with a hint of alcohol. That's impressive given the high proof.
Palate: Crème brulee with ripe apples and pears dominating the palate. Cinnamon spiciness adds warmth. Agin, for the proof this is remarkably smooth.
Finish: This is where the proof finally reveals itself with persistent heat. It's not flame thrower intensity, but definitely high proof.
Comment: Water sweetens the sweet wheat elements and releases notes of mint.


- American Whiskey (June 2019)

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey - 93 PTS - TP

Dry Fly Cask Strength Wheat Whiskey - 93 PTS - TP

tasting panel logo"Seductive aromas of apricot and maple are mirrored on the palate. Midway, nectarine rings true, imparting a creamy texture that washes over the tongue. Floral tones also shine despite the high proof."

- The Tasting Panel (March 2020), 93 pts

Producer Information: Dry Fly Distillery

Dry Fly Distilling is a farm-to-bottle distillery in Spokane, Washington. They are a complete grain-to-glass operation, making vodka, gin and whiskey using only locally grown grains and botanicals. Their two ...
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