Strength: 43% ABV (86 proof)
Mash: 70% Corn, 15% Rye, 15% Barley.
Description: In 1794 William Collier and James McKeel used their knowledge of Scottish and Irish whiskey making to make their own sour mash whiskey. Centuries later, Collier and McKeel's whiskey history began again when Mike Williams, who is a descendant of the original whiskey makers opened Collier and McKeel distillery in Nashville, Tennessee. Notes: Limestone filtered water from Big Richland Creek on Collier Farm.
Definition: Tennessee Whiskey is a straight whiskey produced in Tennessee, legally defined as Bourbon but must go through a unique process called the Lincoln County Process prior to aging the whiskey. The process entails filtering through (or steeped in) a thick layer of maple charcoal before it is put into new charred oak barrels for aging.