Cask no. R70. Kentucky Bourbon Distillers does not actually distill any whiskey, they purchase bulk whiskey (allegedly, typically from Heaven Hill) and bottle it under various labels. Their bottling operation is located in the former Willett Distillery.
Definite rye nose, but not overwhelmingly so. The flavor -- this is a decent rye, and closer to a bourbon. Seems to have a relatively low rye content. Finish is semi-long, dryer, and basically too tannic and woody. Like I said, this is decent rye whiskey, but I don't know that I would seek it out. Some may enjoy the very-oaky aspect. B-/B
n: soft buttery rye toast, old clove cigarettes, and a touch of mint. Bit of butter pickle juice and caramel.
t: very soft, opens with vanilla cream and whole cloves. A lot of wood on this that makes for an oily mouthfeel. Middle has a bit of a spearmint "tingle" to it. Long oaky, spicy finish that is delicious but straightforward.