Brenne French Single Malt Whisky
Brenne is the perfect balance of savory and sweet to be a bold alternative to cocktails. Enjoy it with a splash of water to unleash even more of the Cognac barrel flavors. Brenne Single Malt Whisky is full of fruit-forward and complex-sugar notes; like rich creme brulee, burnt caramel, bananas, tropical fruits and warm spices like cinnamon and clove. Why? Because we wanted to produce a whisky that embodies the terroir and style of the region in which it is produced: Cognac, France. This is not trying to be a Scotch just made in a different country—this is truly a French whisky. It is elegant, sophisticated, and perfect in any season. Brenne starts in new Limousin oak barrels before being finished in our distiller's own used Cognac casks. These two barrels give Brenne lots of tree fruit, vanilla and warm spice notes.
Due to restrictive state laws and regulations, we are prohibited to ship to the following states: Alabama, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Pensylvania, Texas, Utah, Virginia, Washington and Wisconsin.
For the states of Louisiana and New Hampshire, we are planning to obtain permits to be able to ship to these states.
Every effort is made to display accurate vintages (the year the grapes were harvested) on our wines, however some vintages may not have been updated. You have the option to either allow or decline a vintage substitution if we do not have the listed vintage in stock.
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