rye whisky


  • WordNet 3.6
    • n rye whisky whiskey distilled from rye or rye and malt
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In literature:

He rose, took from a locked drawer a bottle of rye whisky.
"The Grain Of Dust" by David Graham Phillips
The Skandinavia seems to have got a grouch about now you couldn't beat with a tank of rye whisky.
"The Man in the Twilight" by Ridgwell Cullum
There were tobacco and kegs of fiery rye whisky.
"The Triumph of John Kars" by Ridgwell Cullum
There was also a largish glass of raw rye whisky, from which he frequently drank.
"The Heart of Unaga" by Ridgwell Cullum
He'll twist Buck so he won't know rye whisky from sow-belly.
"The Golden Woman" by Ridgwell Cullum
There was rye whisky, there was gin, and there was some sort of French brandy.
"The Twins of Suffering Creek" by Ridgwell Cullum
In the kitchen George Iredale was slowly sipping a steaming glass of rye whisky toddy.
"The Hound From The North" by Ridgwell Cullum
It's a big cargo of rye whisky.
"The Law-Breakers" by Ridgwell Cullum
Whisky is usually made from rye, corn, or wheat, or all three together.
"Health Lessons" by Alvin Davison
To the surprise of Mrs. Dusenall, both he and all the "Melican men" took rye whisky, and ignored her champagne.
"Geoffrey Hampstead" by Thomas Stinson Jarvis

In news:

Rye enthusiasts are once again asked to take the bad with the good as Heaven Hill releases the next installment of its super-aged Rittenhouse Very Rare Single-Barrel Straight Rye Whisky in October.
Van Gogh Imports today announced TAP 357, a new premium maple-flavored Canadian rye whisky set to hit shelves in February.
Grab a bottle of TAP 357 Maple Rye Whisky and pour a few of these perfect-for-Autumn drinks.
Marketing this type of alcohol to a female audience may be novel, but there's nothing new about ladies who like Scotch, rye, whisky, or bourbon.