Nelson's First 108 Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey


Nelson's Green Brier // Tennessee, USA


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This Tennessee whiskey uses a corn, wheat, and malted barley mashbill. After distillation, it goes through the Lincoln County Process of filtering through sugar maple charcoal prior to aging. 108 30-gallon barrels were filled to age the whiskey for a minimum of two years. The whiskey finished aging in 53-gallon barrels. As the name states, this is the single barrel version of Nelson's Green Brier's First 108. It is bottled at cask strength with the first edition coming in at 121.9 proof.

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  • Tennessee
    Produced in Tennessee; mash grain at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak barrels; filtered through maple charcoal prior to aging.
  • Cask Type
    30-gallon American white oak, finished in 53-gallon American white oak

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