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When Tennessee enacted a statewide ban on alcohol in 1909, Charles Nelson's Green Brier distillery ceased production and sold their remaining stock of whiskey. A little over 100 years later, Charles' great-great-great-grandsons revived the old brand, built a new distillery, and sourced some fine whiskey to start the new family story. Bottled in batches of just 4 barrels, this little gem contains sweet honey and floral aromas with big rye spice and caramel that explodes on the palate while cherry, plum and cinnamon accent the silky smooth finish. 

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