Distilled by Chattanooga Whiskey, this single barrel is finished in rum barrels before being bottled at 102 proof. Let's dive in.
Musty and malty - lots of corn and malt. A bit of wet sawdust. Light brown sugar and toffee.
Thin on the palate, a bit rough. Some heat. Really young and malty. Musty and sweet. Youth is undeniable, malt is in your face.
Short, a bit hot, and far too musty. The youth is clear here and the rum is doing nothing to hide those flaws
Alright, so I’m a big big big fan of Chattanooga, as I write this the single barrel I helped pick is landing, but this expression is bad. It’s young, the flaws are there and they are found in triplicate. I have to be honest, this is not Chattanooga’s best foot forward, but it’s the truth.