Two Georges Tennessee Sour Mash Bourbon
Two Georges Tennessee Sour Mash is aged a minimum of two years and distilled in Tennessee. This high corn bourbon is produced using a sour mash process whereby some of the fermenting mash from one batch is used to start the fermentation of the subsequent batch. This process, much like a sourdough starter, can produce a distinct flavor from yeast strains that have been kept alive for years and years. This may be young but it is complex in character.
Origin: Tennessee, United States
Mash Bill: 80% Corn, 10% Rye, 10% Malted Barley
Tasting Notes: The high corn content lends a sweetness to the bourbon, the sour mash process lends a fresh bread aroma.