12/27/2012

Rye whiskey may not be as popular as its bourbon cousin, but it's making major strides as bartenders and whiskey drinkers across the country pay tribute to the old-fashioned beverage. At distilleries from Kentucky to Iowa, many of which were shut down during Prohibition, rye whiskey is aged for five or more years and steeped with different flavors such as green apple, black tea and leather.

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