Definition of Rye whiskey
1. Noun. Whiskey distilled from rye or rye and malt.
Lexicographical Neighbors of Rye Whiskey
rye whiskey (current term)
Literary usage of Rye whiskey
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Journal of the American Chemical Society by American Chemical Society (1908)
"2605 (see Table III): Sweet mash, rye whiskey, entered into bonded warehouse January i, 1898, in a new, charred, white oak barrel; warehouse, brick, ..."
2. Cowboy Songs and Other Frontier Ballads by John Avery Lomax (1918)
"It's beefsteak when I'm hungry, And whiskey when I'm dry, Greenbacks when I'm hard up, And heaven when I die. rye whiskey, rye whiskey, rye whiskey I cry, ..."
3. Cowboy Songs, and Other Frontier Ballads by John Avery Lomax (1916)
"rye whiskey, rye whiskey, rye whiskey I cry, If I don't get rye whiskey. I surely will die. O Baby, O Baby, I've told you before, Do make me a pallet, ..."
4. A Manual of Practical Hygiene for Students, Physicians, and Health Officers by Charles Harrington (1914)
"from that of rye whiskey ; this flavor is regarded highly by many to whom rye ... By adding oil of rye or oil of Bourbon, "making the result rye whiskey or ..."