Templeton Rye The Good Stuff Rye Whiskey
100 years and the American spirit of bootlegged rye whiskey continues living in every bottle of Templeton Rye, an American rye whiskey that had its beginning during the Prohibition era. Born in the small town of Templeton, Iowa this rye whiskey has won various prizes since opening itself to the mainstream consumer; at first only available to locals and whiskey connoisseurs from all around the world. Prizes include:
Best of American Straight Rye
Best of Whiskey
Overall Packaging Design
Gold Medal, American Straight Rye Whiskey category
Nowadays, Templeton Rye continues producing rye whiskey of the highest caliber for everybody to enjoy since its origin as a bootlegged, illegal spirit.
Nose: Dry, grass-like with hints of natural spiciness
Mouth: Sweet like caramel, toffee and butterscotch
Finish: Clean, smooth finish that rolls off the tongue while lingering sweetness enters the throat
Alcohol by Volume (ABV%): 40%
1 bottle Templeton Rye Whiskey
4 OZ. Escorial
1/2 oz. bitters
10 oz. black tea
1 cup white sugar
Remove all the peels from the lemons and place in the bottom of the bowl with the sugar.
Now grab your muddle stick and start muddle the sugar and lemon peels together.
Cut and juice your lemons.
Add tea that’s hot enough to still melt the sugar mixture in the bottom of the punch bowl.
Strain the lemon juice with a strainer and add the Templeton Rye whiskey,
Angostura bitters and Escorial. Add ice and enjoy!
1.5 oz. Templeton Rye Whiskey
4 – 7 oz. lemon-lime soda (Your choice)
dash of grenadine syrup
maraschino cherry (for garnish)
Take a or collins glass and fill with ice.
Add Templeton Rye whiskey, lemon-lime soda and a touch of grenadine until the drink is pink.
Garnish with a maraschino cherry.