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rye

 [ri]
the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed.

rye

(rī) [AS. ryge]
A cereal grass that produces a grain used in food and beverage production. When rye grain is infected with a certain fungus, ergot is produced.

Rye,

city in New York where the classification was first identified in 1965.
Rye classification - classification of Hodgkin disease according to lymphocyte predominance, nodular sclerosing, mixed cellularity, and lymphocyte depletion types.

rye

the cereal plant Secale cereale, and its nutritious seed. May be infected with clavicepspurpurea and cause poisoning.

rye ergot
see rye ergot.
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The South Broad ($12), on the Contemporary section of the list, mixes rye with Strega, Lillet Rose, raspberry syrup and lemon.
The Old Fashioned-whether rye or bourbon based-continues to outpace other classic whiskey libations.
The Wet Hot American Sazerac stirs Rittenhouse Rye whiskey with Pineau des Charente, Plantation dark rum, pineapple gomme syup, Peychaud's bitters and absinthe; Parents Weekend has Belle Meade Sour Mash Bourbon, Strega, Don Ciccio & Figli Concerto, lemon, cane sugar and egg white.
The taste for rye has tracked the growth in the bourbon market, particularly as consumers gravitate toward bourbons with a higher rye content, such as Four Roses and Bulleit (both brands also offer true rye whiskeys).
Bourbon is doing extremely well, but rye is just a new vein for the whiskey drinker.
And who's drinking all this rye (and all those cocktails)?
Hirsch Rye--This classic rye was column distilled in Bardstown, KY in 1983 and then aged for 21 years in oak casks.
Handy Rye--Added to the Antique Bourbon Collection in 2006, Thomas Handy Rye is produced in very limited production by Buffalo Trace Distillery.
Genetic and environmental effects on rye grain production in Florida.