Brenne Estate Cask French Whisky
Brenne Estate Cask French Whisky is the first single malt in the world to be aged exclusively in French Limousin Oak and Cognac casks. This whisky is twice-distilled in a copper alembic still and aged for 6-8 years. The whisky’s aroma has perfumed fruit, rich crème brûlée and burnt caramel. The palate has notes of banana, tropical fruits and warm spices like cinnamon and clove.
Nose– Perfumed fruit, crème brûlée and burnt caramel.
Taste– Banana, tropical fruits, cinnamon, clove.
About the Brenne
Brenne was founded by former ballerina turned whisky entrepreneur Allison Parc. She created Brenne from seed to spirit, with a 3rd generation Cognac maker at a family farm-distillery in Coganc, France. Breen was first released in New York City in 2012. Since that time they have won several accolades- Work Whiskies Award Best in Category, Icons of Whiskey and Wizards of Whisky Gold Medal. Breen currently produces two whiskies.
French Whisky Reviews:
Tobin’s Review 4 out of 5
Brenne Estate Cask French Whisky has a light straw hue. I pick up notes of vanilla and nutmeg, which kind of reminds me of eggnog. The flavors are a tinge of nutmeg and cinnamon. This French whisky is smooth and very flavorful!
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