Released back in 2012, Colonel E.H. Taylor Rye Whiskey is the only non-bourbon in the E.H. Taylor lineup. Also of note, this straight rye whiskey does not share DNA with Buffalo Trace’s Sazerac Rye. This is a completely different rye mash bill. This is made entirely of rye and barley. That’s right, there’s no corn here. What it does share with its brethren whiskies is the bottled-in-bond label. In a nutshell, that means it’s 100 proof, at least four years old, and distilled by one distillery in one season. Taylor, the man, was the proponent of the Bottled-In-Bond Act of 1897.