Templeton Rye Whiskey celebrates its fastidiously faithful 2006 resurrection of a hometown Prohibition-Era recipe with collector’s edition Special Reserve 10 Year Old. Just over 6,000 hand-numbered bottles contain a not-so-illegal, darn-close replica of the “Good Stuff” Al Capone craved. In those years, the Templeton, Iowa-made specialty made its way to the gangster’s Chicagoland aboard livestock trains—to enjoy rye’s recent resurgence in popularity, all you have to do is click the handy link below. With a grassy, spicy aroma, this 101-proof whiskey offers up toffee and caramel flavors that conclude in a clean, easy finish…no speakeasy needed.

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