Ol’ New Riff Bottled in Bond Straight Rye Whiskey

The Ol’ New Riff whiskey project seeks to recover lost histories and recipes for the modern era. Our whiskey makers examined every facet of the production process and tweaked all the dials back to the gilded age-when greater Cincinnati ruled the whiskey market. The 19th century-style barrels were produced without modern kiln-drying and heirloom Ohio valley grains, including Blue Clarage and Yellow Leaming corn and our acclaimed Balboa Rye, were mashed into a classic bourbon grain bill with higher malted barley corn with higher malted barley content. Of course, our aquifer water, pulled clean and cold from ancient rock, remains unchanged-and was used to cut to a barreling proof of 103.


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