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Chattanooga Whiskey 91


Chattanooga Whiskey Co. // Tennessee, USA

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    3 out of 5 stars
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Chattanooga Whiskey 91 is made from a four-grain mash bill which in addition to yellow corn uses three malted grains: rye malt, caramel malted barley, and honey malted barley. The mash bill recipe was chosen by master distiller Grant McCracken -- Barrel 91-- from the 100 barrels distilled at the brand's experimental distillery. Chattanooga refers to this whiskey as a Tennessee High Malt, but technically this is a straight bourbon. Matured for a minimum of two years in toasted and charred barrels and is finished in a charred 4000-gallon oak solera barrel.

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  • Bourbon
    Produced anywhere in USA; Mash bill of at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak barrels.
  • Cask Type
    Toasted and charred oak; finished in charred oak solera

Tasting Notes

"This new whiskey from Chattanooga is distinguished both by its high-malt mash bill and finishing in a large solera. Everything about it is well-balanced: It's light-bodied but pleasantly strong, with notes of vanilla and only moderate smoky char. A bit of brown sugar sweetness comes through on the palate and the finish is bright with a hint of cedar. Though it doesn't stray too far from a classic bourbon profile, Chattanooga has produced a whiskey that is unique, good, and affordable; that's a promising feat for a new distillery. "

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