Rittenhouse Very Rare 25 Year Old Single Barrel

Tasting Notes Rittenhouse 25 Year Old explodes on the palate with multiple bursts of chocolate, toffee, cherries, and citrus, with a long, smooth finish. Worth Knowing These are the last 3,000 barrels of this old stock, which was first released in 2005 as a 21 Year Old, then as a 23 Year Old in 2007. At 25 years, this is as old and as good as it is going to get, a multiple award winner. Note Prices are average retail and do not reflect local or state taxes.

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