Uproxx: Best Tennessee Whiskeys to Drink this Spring
Our pals at Uproxx talked with some of our favorite people—bartenders—and asked them what Tennessee Whiskeys they were drinking this Spring. It’s no surprise the list was full of great recommendations, and we’re very honored to be included among them as the Writer’s Pick. Check out what they had to say below and visit the link for the full list!
“For years, the only Tennessee whiskey names most of us knew were George and Jack. A few years ago, the Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery was reopened 100 years after it closed in 1909. Since then, brothers Charlie and Andy Nelson have been cranking out amazing, high-quality whiskeys. This includes their flagship Tennessee Whiskey. Its sugar maple charcoal filtered and aged in new charred American oak casks. The result is an ultra-smooth whiskey with hints of caramel, vanilla, brown sugar, with a subtle hint of Christmas spices.” -Christopher Osburn, Uproxx