Whisky Wednesday Reviews Brenne Single Malt – Whisky News

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Selling it’s first few bottles in 2012, Brenne has picked up more than it’s fair share of wars and accolades from the domestic and international press. Barley grown in France, a yeast strain sourced from Cognac and maturation taking place in Limousin oak a long with ex-Cognac casks, a match made in heave for this tiny outfit. Tasting like a sweet-shop from all of our pasts, the whisky is gentle, complex and very unique in what I have tried in the modern world of single malt and other pot still distillates. Cheers!

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