Nelson's First 108 Tennessee Whiskey
The year 1909 was when the state of Tennessee adopted a statewide Prohibition and the Nelson's Green Brier Distillery stopped production. 108 years later, this distillery released their first whiskey since that time. 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. This 90-proof whiskey will only be sold at the distillery in 375ml sized bottles.
TennesseeProduced in Tennessee; mash grain at least 51% corn; aged in new, charred oak barrels; filtered through maple charcoal prior to aging.
Cask Type30-gallon American white oak, finished in 53-gallon American white oak
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