Our small batch Bourbon is derived from a high corn mash bill rounded out with rye and a touch of barley. It replicates an early day Kentucky Whiskey mash bill that would have been common in Isaac Ruddell's time.
Ruddell’s Mill Kentucky Straight Rye is derived from a high Rye mash bill and just a touch of Malted Barley. It is a Rye mash bill that would have been common in the late 1700s and would today be considered a “High Rye.”
Ruddell’s Mill Kentucky Straight Double Cask Rye is made from the same high-rye mash bill as Ruddell’s Mill Rye and was re-barreled into level four char barrels for an additional 11 months. It is non-chill filtered and bottled at 89.8 Proof. Only 489 750ml bottles were produced.
Made from the same mash bill as Ruddell’s Mill Kentucky Straight Bourbon however it was racked into new level four alligator char barrels for an additional 8 months to maximize the influence of the oak on the whiskey. It is non-chill filtered and bottled at cask strength (116.6 proof). Only 339 bottles were produced.