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BEHOLD! The Only Tennessee High Malt Whiskey

BEHOLD! The Only Tennessee High Malt Whiskey

We are excited to announce that starting in August, we will be transitioning from our law-changing 1816 bourbons to our own style of straight bourbon whiskey – Tennessee High Malt. Almost 8 years in the making, this marks a new era in our company’s history.

After two years of creating one-of-a-kind recipes at our Experimental Distillery, we tasted through the first 100 barrels in our cellar with the goal of finding one recipe to become our signature Tennessee High Malt. We overwhelmingly agreed on one barrel: Barrel #91.

Available in two expressions, Chattanooga Whiskey 91 and Chattanooga Whiskey Cask 111, both recipes are now made exclusively at our Riverfront Distillery. Hand-crafted in small batches, our Tennessee High Malt is made from four grains, including three select specialty malts, for a distinctly rich and complex character.

Proof: 91 (45.5% ABV)
Color: Deep Amber
Tasting Notes: Dried apricot, sweet tea, honeyed toast. Medium bodied, with a lingering, malty-sweet finish. 

4-Grain, 3-Malt Signature Recipe
Solera Barrel Finished
Extended 7-day Fermentation 
Non-Chill Filtered
Bottled in Small Batches 

Mash Bill: Yellow corn, malted rye, caramel malted barley, and honey malted barley
Fermentation: Attemperated, 7 days 
Cooperage: 53 gallon, toasted and charred oak barrels. Finished in 4,000 gal white oak Solera Barrel
Filtration: Non-chill
Age: Greater than 2 years
Batch size: 8-12 barrels 

Proof: 111 (55.5% ABV)
Color: Mahogany
Tasting Notes: Chocolate covered cherry, toasted coconut, cinnamon. Full bodied, with a warming, malty finish. 

4-Grain, 3-Malt Signature Recipe
Cask Strength 
Unfiltered
Single Fermentation, Small Batch

Mash Bill: Yellow corn, malted rye, caramel malted barley, and honey malted barley 
Fermentation: Attemperated, 7 days 
Cooperage: 53 gallon, toasted and charred oak barrels
Filtration: None – bottle occasionally captures barrel sediment
Age: Greater than 2 years
Batch size: 8-12 barrels, single fermentation