Brown sugar and malted grains are immediately noticeable.The lower proof makes this bourbon easy to roll around your mouth, and in doing so, further reveals aged oak, leather, and a touch of vanilla.It's an overall simple, yet enjoyable palate.
The nose opens with a large dose of malted grains that builds a base atop of a mingling of oak, Bing cherries, sweet bread, brown sugar.The scents presented are nicely balanced and are a pleasant way to start the sip.
Leather, oak, a hint of malt, and white pepper start off the finish and transition to dry oak.The finish is short, and while a fine way to end the sip, it doesn't convey the same level of depth as the nose and palate.
Chattanooga Whiskey 91 is a four grain straight bourbon consisting of corn and three distinct malts, which the company labels a Tennessee High Malt Wh Read Moreiskey.The bourbon is aged for at least 2 years in two different charred and toasted white oak barrels before undergoing a Solera finishing process. Read Less