Hand crafted in small batches, our tennessee high malt is made from four grains, including three select speciality malts, for a distinctly rich and complex character.
Appearance: A medium, rich, golden color; like a honey and brown sugar body scrub. A shade of brownish-yellow copper, like the changing hues of falling leaves blowing carelessly in the wind.
Nose: Caramel apple and carnival foods. Familiar scents that remind me of my childhood; smells of buttered popcorn, fried elephant ears. A light smokiness comes thru, lingering like a campfire in the distance.
Palate: Sweet, sticky toffee and smooth vanilla bean. Creamy ice cream sundaes covered in thick, melted butterscotch, and rich, malted milkshakes coat my mouth.
Final Thoughts: I enjoyed the Chattanooga Whiskey 91. There was a light smokiness from the charred oak and a sweet, creaminess from the malt that balanced each other out nicely. Notes of vanilla and sweet honey wafted through. The Chattanooga Whiskey 91 was good on the rocks, but I enjoyed it more mixed into fresh iced tea and garnished with lemon slices.