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Robb Report x WhistlePig Debut Single-Barrel Whiskey

The exclusive single-barrel whiskey is aged 12 years.

Robb Report announced that it has joined forces with WhistlePig Whiskey, a luxury Rye maker, to create a limited-edition, single-barrel whiskey. The creation is bottled exclusively for Robb Report. The distillers describe the 86-proof whiskey as “having a deep red, amber hue with an extra-creamy mouthfeel and floral, grassy mid-palate notes, giving way to a long, lingering finish with a fiery kick of black pepper.”

“After quite some time in the making, we’re excited to unveil a very special collaboration with our friends at WhistlePig,” says Paul Croughton, editor-in-chief, Robb Report. “The Robb Report Rare & Fine x WhistlePig limited-edition, single-barrel whiskey is an unusual and exceptional combination that teases baked apple on the nose and hints of plum from the brandy, followed by bold flavor and a finish that’s bound to delight the most discerning collectors and connoisseurs.”

“Robb Report has always been the premiere source for curating the best spirits for their audience, so when the opportunity arose to work together on a special WhistlePig release, we were thrilled to collaborate,” says Jason Newell, chief marketing officer, WhistlePig Whiskey. “Combining our respective expertise, this hyper-limited and deliciously complex release is sure to disappear quickly, so if you’re looking for a special bottle to share with friends, or celebrate a joyous occasion, look no further.”

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