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 22nd overall in American Whiskey.
Oatmeal with almond flakes. Fresh open maple brown sugar oatmeal packet.
Smells like caramel and tastes like it too. I feel like I'm drinking cotton candy with this one.
Great body. Marzipan nose and long peanut butter finish.
Hints of vanilla, maple, and almond. Smooth again. Great with pancakes or French toast.
Strong, stout whiskey. Nutcracker nose. Stale celery. Sizzle on the tongue. Dark amber by sight. Delicious.
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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