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Drink Review: Clyde May’s Alabama Style Whiskey

Clyde May’s is an Alabama-style whiskey made in Kentucky. Made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley, this is aged for five to six years in charred American oak barrels. The Alabama-style comes from the addition of apple juice, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

Clyde May Alabama Whiskey Review:

Clyde May’s is a fantastically smooth 5 year Kentucky Corn Whiskey. It was a great surprise in the abundance of Kentucky whiskeys I’ve tried in the last 3 years. It comes across with an herbal, spicy, apple-and-nutmeg aroma and with a pleasant body with enough kick to keep me happy at the end!

This is a smooth and enjoyable whiskey, packed with flavor. The sweet apple flavors that slowly sneak into the tongue are quite pleasant. There is a spice-y quality to the alcohol that comes out when mulling it with ice. I was immediately reminded of Goose Island’s Bourbon County Stout, because of its vanilla and cinnamon flavors. I found none of the woodsy flavor though, which I found enjoyable in the Bourbon County. In addition, the lighter herbal aspect of the whiskey comes through on the palate. Overall I liked this whiskey quite a bit!

Clyde May’s is definitely an easy going summer sipper. I found myself liking it quite a lot; it’d be pretty good if you’re traveling or if you get thirsty while at work. Overall, it is a unoffensive whiskey that is nice to have with a friend having a few beers.

This whiskey is still in and around the country. It is becoming more available in the cities as the occasional bottle goes on the market. It’s a little spendy, however.

Clyde May’s is a neat Kentucky whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Alabama-style comes from the addition of apple juice, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon. 

Quite simply, Clyde May is pure bourbon lite. Still a great whiskey for those who prefer bourbon over scotch or bourbon on the rocks.

Clyde May’s is a great Kentucky whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Alabama-style comes from the addition of apple juice, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon. 

Clyde May is a nice bourbon substitute, as it is not super flavored and has a great price point.

It has good flavor and it’s a nice bourbon substitute, as it is not super flavored and has a great price point.

Clyde May’s is a Kentucky whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Alabama-style comes from the addition of apple juice, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

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Clyde May’s Alabama Style Whiskey Review:

This whiskey also has a great price point. It’s not over-flavored like some bourbons are.

I quite enjoyed this one. It’s a very light drinking Kentucky whiskey, with a lot of flavor and a nice price point.

Clyde May is a Tennessee whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Tennessee-style comes from the addition of sweet potato, resulting in hints of cinnamon.

Clyde May is a simple whiskey made with a mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Tennessee-style comes from the addition of sweet potato, resulting in hints of cinnamon. 

Clyde May is a super easy bourbon alternative. Its flavor is not overwhelming, and it has good kick and smooth taste.

Clyde May is a super easy bourbon alternative. Its flavor is not overwhelming, and it has good kick and smooth taste.

Clyde May is a very simple, all American made whiskey, made with a mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley.

Clyde May’s is a bourbon whiskey made with a mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley.

Clyde May is the first whiskey distilled by producers with the goal of honoring the distilling tradition of man who live, work and play in the American South. Made for long-term aging, this warm and delicious whiskey has notes of oak and a toasted oak quality. Enjoy this longtime favorite at any time of day.

Clyde May’s is a Kentucky whiskey with a mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Kentucky-style comes from the addition of apple cider, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

This is a good whiskey with a warm and spicy flavor that is perfect for late night drinking.

Clyde May is a great whiskey with a smooth and warming flavor and it’s easy to drink.

Clyde May is a USA whiskey distilled and aged in Kentucky, made with a mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Kentucky-style comes from the addition of apple cider, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

Clyde May is a good whiskey with a vanilla taste. Its mellow flavor is great when entertaining guests.

Clyde May is a great beginner’s bourbon and adds a nice flavor to bourbon cocktails.

Clyde May is a Kentucky whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Kentucky-style comes from the addition of apple cider, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

This is a great whiskey to enjoy anytime. It’s not too strong, and you can just enjoy it without feeling too intoxicated.

Clyde May does not try too hard to shine, and it succeeds in its goal of producing a relevant everyday drinking whiskey.

Clyde May is a Kentucky whiskey, made with a bourbon mashbill of 55% corn, 30% rye and 15% barley. The Kentucky-style comes from the addition of apple cider, resulting in hints of apple and cinnamon.

It still maintains its traditional yet flavorful style and you can count on finding it at a bar or store near you.

This is a great whiskey, which has a great flavor that will satisfy your taste for something smooth and warm.

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Written by Mark Adams

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