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Four Roses Rye Whiskey Review (thewhiskeyjug.com)

Four Roses Rye Whiskey Review

This Four Roses Rye Whiskey is from 1941 – two years before Seagram’s bought the Frankfort Distillery and the Four Roses brand – it’s a bottle from the dusk of a once-great brand. When Seagram’s bought the company, Four Roses bourbon was phased out, except overseas, and the rotgut blended whiskey took over in America for a long 60-year night till Kirin bought the brand and brought a new dawn with the return of their fantastic bourbon.

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