Cotton Hollow Rye is a straight rye whiskey made from locally grown rye grains and distilled with pure limestone waters, aged a minimum of 5 years in the rolling hills of Kentucky, and bottled near barrel strength.
The Cotton Hollow Story
The History of Rye
— In America —
For much of American history, rye whiskey was the most popular whiskey. George Washington made rye at his home in Mount Vernon and the famous whiskey rebellion of the early 1790s, which Washington effectively squashed, was about rye whiskey. But Prohibition in the U.S. nearly drove rye whiskey to extinction.
Rye Whiskey Recipes
Learn the recipe for America's oldest cocktail, mix Golden Era drinks, and whip up unique, modern cocktails - all made even better with Cotton Hollow Rye Whiskey.