Two James Catcher's Rye Whiskey

The rye whiskey renaissance continues with Catcher's Rye Whiskey from Two James Spirits in Detroit, Michigan. Two James is the first licensed whiskey maker to open in Detroit since Prohibition, and they distill Catcher's Rye using 100% rye from Michigan and pure water from the Great Lakes. Aged for a minimum of two years in new charred American oak and bottled at 98.8 proof.

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