Chattanooga Whiskey today announced the autumn releases of Experimental Single Batch Series: Batch 011 and Batch 012.
Hand-crafted at the Chattanooga Whiskey Experimental Distillery in downtown Chattanooga, Batch 011 and Batch 012 mark the sixth release of the Distiller’s Experimental Series and the most unique releases to date. Batch 011 is finished in maple syrup barrels and Batch 012 is mead barrel finished.
Inspired by the sugar shacks of New Hampshire, Batch 011’s recipe trades a portion of the grain from the signature bourbon mash bill for sweet potatoes and maple syrup. After aging for up to three years in new, toasted and charred white oak barrels, the whiskey is finished in maple syrup barrels for up to eight months.
Expect notes of pancakes & syrup, roasted pumpkin and toasted marshmallow with a soft maple candy finish. There are only 94 cases of this limited edition. Finished in mead barrels, Batch 012 is crafted from the Tennessee High Malt mash bill with an incremental amount of honey malted barley. After aging for up to three years in new, toasted and charred white oak barrels, this straight bourbon whiskey is finished in flavorful heather honey mead barrels for up to eight months. Total batch size of this limited edition is 167 cases. Expect flavor notes of buttered honey on rye toast and golden raisin with an herbal, malty finish.
Available exclusively for sale at the Chattanooga Whiskey Experimental Distillery, Batch 011 and Batch 012 are both bottled at 102 proof with a retail price of $69.99
for a 750ml bottle.
Founded in 2011, Chattanooga Whiskey challenged Prohibition-era law and won the right to distill whiskey in Chattanooga for the first time in over 100 years. The Experimental Distillery now hosts over 40,000 visitors per year, and serves as the hub of innovation and creativity to push the boundaries of craft bourbon. The Riverfront Distillery is the production home of Chattanooga Whiskey 91 and CASK 111, their signature style of straight bourbon whiskey “Tennessee High Malt.”
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