American Whiskey - Tennessee Whiskey

Collier and McKeel Handcrafted Tennessee Whiskey

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The Collier and McKeel label is credited to the 1790s when pioneers William Collier and James McKeel following the infamous Whiskey Rebellion of Pennsylvania. The modern Collier and McKeel Tennessee Whiskey is made in the traditional style, including a blended grain bill of corn, rye, and barley that is filtered through maple charcoal (the distinction for Tennessee whiskey). It is, however, aged in smaller barrels (the more typical size being 53 gallons)—a practice generally used to accelerate the aging process because of more frequent contact between spirit and wood.

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