An independent entry in a market dominated by large distillers, this whiskey takes a more artisanal approach to the traditional corn-dominated mashbill, using a copper pot still and barrels from a family-owned forest.
Collier & McKeel Small Batch Tennessee Whiskey was tasted at Meeting No. 40 on September 24, 2015. Out of 5, we rated it very highly at 3.34. Collier & McKeel Small Batch Tennessee Whiskey ranks 15th overall in American Whiskey.
John • 9/24/2015 • 4.0
Derek • 9/24/2015 • 4.0
Oatmeal with almond flakes. Fresh open maple brown sugar oatmeal packet.
Matt G. • 9/24/2015 • 3.5
Smells like caramel and tastes like it too. I feel like I'm drinking cotton candy with this one.
Todd H. • 9/24/2015 • 3.5
Great body. Marzipan nose and long peanut butter finish.
Tim • 9/24/2015 • 3.5
Hints of vanilla, maple, and almond. Smooth again. Great with pancakes or French toast.
Garrett • 9/24/2015 • 3.0
Strong, stout whiskey. Nutcracker nose. Stale celery. Sizzle on the tongue. Dark amber by sight. Delicious.
Gavin • 9/24/2015 • 3.0
Nose is dankish grassy oatmeal and nuts. Enters the mouth like cool liquid silk, let's you ease into the heat at your own pace. Hints of grappa.
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