Everything You Need To Know About Tennessee Whiskey

You’ve probably stolen it from your parent’s liquor cabinet back in highschool. It’s Tennessee whiskey. Smooth as can be, at least that’s what Chris Stapleton taught us. A whiskey so good it can legally only be made in one state, it’s not your average whiskey.

What makes Tennessee whiskey different from bourbon?

When you look at them side by side, Tennessee whiskey and bourbon look to be the same thing. And early on in the process, you’re not wrong. The difference is what they do right before they go into barrels for aging. Known as the Lincoln County Process, Tennessee whiskey specifically gets charcoal filtered, which just means it’s steeped in charcoal chips. Mmm. Charcoal chips.

How do you drink Tennessee whiskey?

Unlike a liquor that’s meant to be mixed, Tennessee whiskey is always best straight or on the rocks. We’ll also let mixing in a little bit of water or soda slide.

Can I get Tennessee whiskey delivery?

For sure! The best part? You don’t have to be in Tennessee to enjoy having their whiskey delivered straight to your door by Saucey. All you have to do on your end is pick your poison. We’ll do the rest!

What are the best Tennessee whiskeys?