Home

New Southern Revival Rye Whiskey Review

Tasting Notes & Ratings

Expert Rating: TBD

New Southern Revival Rye Whiskey Photo

Distillery Tasting Notes

Made by High Wire Distilling Co.

Sweet and floral notes take the lead before expanding into flavors of cinnamon, walnut, and a long, lingering spice.

Review This Whiskey

Additional Notes

AKA Revival Rye. 100% Wrens Abruzzi Rye

Details

Proof: 90
Alcohol by volume (ABV): 45%
Aged: minimum of 2 years
Mash Bill: 100% Rye
Retail (MSRP): Provide this info

What whiskeys do YOU think have a similar taste profile as New Southern Revival Rye Whiskey? (Login to answer)

Click this button to find Bourbons or other whiskeys that might be similar in taste profile. Results below. Don't forget our Bourbon search engine where you can search by flavor profile.

Reviews by the People of New Southern Revival Rye Whiskey

The People have not posted a review for this whiskey. Be the first!
Review This Whiskey

Ratings Key

Ratings breakdown based on a 100 point scale.

  • 90-100 Exceptional
  • 80-89 Very Good
  • 70-79 Average
  • 60-69 Below Average
  • 50-60 Drain Pour
Card image cap
Provide Feedback

Would you mind giving us feedback? What do you like or dislike about the website? How can we make it better? What features would you like to see added?

The Life and Ever-Changing Palate of a Bourbon Enthusiast - How Taste Buds Change

The life of a bourbon lover is first and foremost enjoyable. The entire process of anticipating, nosing, and tasting this wonderful golden fluid is an adventure to which enthusiasts await. We are in &...Read More

What are Wheated Bourbon and Wheat Whisky?

All whiskeys are made from a combination of grains which is known as a mash bill. What makes them different is the ratio of the different grains that go into the manufacturing and distilling of the fi...Read More

This Stuff is Good! Belle Meade Sherry Cask Finish

This stuff is good! When I first nosed Belle Meade Bourbon Sherry Cask Finish, I expected something different from what I got. Initially, it was oak with molasses hiding underneath the oak; golden rai...Read More