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So I received a bottle of Whitlepig Rye from a vendor today and am going to try it tonight. It's a 10-year-old straight 100% rye at 100 proof. I'm usually a bourbon guy (favorite lately is Breckenridge), but I'm told this is quite good. Should I expect to be wowed, or is a Rye at 100 proof going to be too much burn?
 

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Saturday morning update: It was good. Need I say more?
 

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You're awake before 9AM.

Couldn't have bee tooooo good.

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Ha ha ha, I thought Whitlepig was a typo for "whistle pig" or woodchuck... I"ve heard whistle pig tastes like beef as all it eats is grass & clover.
 

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