Lot 40 Rye (owned by Pernod-Ricard) was originally released in 2012. Lot 40 is named after the plot of land home to the historic Ontario farm of Joshua Booth, the ancestor of one of Hiram Walker’s distillers and a Canadian pioneer, politician, and distiller.
Lot 40 Rye was tasted at Meeting No. 57 on April 27, 2017. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.55. Lot 40 Rye ranks 11th overall in Rye.
Love this #BoldSmooth rye - perfect balance without harshness of many ryes.
Butternut scotch. Solid and nutty.
Herby, dill flavor. Nice balanced rye flavor as well. Easy to drink but not boring.
Rye spice for days!
Great everyday whisky. Sip, converse, enjoy.
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