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Belle Meade Bourbon, from Nelson’s Green Brier Distillery out of Tennessee, is known to lovers of cask-finishing for its sherry variant, which saw sourced bourbon gain extra maturation time in ex-Oloroso barrels. Now the same is strategy is being used with ex-Cognac barrels, in a new product known as Belle Meade Bourbon Cognac Cask Finish.

Belle Meade Bourbon Cognac Cask Finish, according to the distillery, takes a blended bourbon (age range of 6 to 9 years) with a high rye content (30%) and gives it extra love in French oak barrels which had been used for a dozen years to…Read More Here

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