Made from a mash bill of 25% East Anglian malted barley and 75% rye, Adnams Rye Malt Whisky has been matured in new French oak for at least five years. Winner of the World Whiskies Awards, Best English Rye 2021, it has lovely aromas of warm vanilla, raisin fudge and black peppercorns with a smooth, rich, and spicy palate. Delicious on its own, or in any classic whisky cocktail.
On the nose you will find Christmas cake’s candied fruit and spices, marzipan, vanilla, chocolate, and black peppercorns. On the palate, there’s spicy rye bread, raisin fudge, honey, and hedgerow fruit. The finish is long, with notes of pepper, coffee, and a honeyed sweetness.
This product is suitable for vegetarians and vegans.
Winner of the World Whiskies Awards, Best English Rye 2021, Adnams Rye Malt Whisky is made from a mash bill of 25% East Anglian malted barley and 75% rye. Our rye is grown by Jonathan Adnams at his farm in Reydon, just up the road from our distillery in Southwold. Rye is a complex grain that creates a thick, syrup-like 'mash' due to its protein structure and ability to retain water. The resulting whisky has great depth and character and a drier, spicier finish. Our Rye Whisky has spent at least five years in brand new French oak barrels before bottling.