Brenne 10 Year Single Malt Whisky
Brenne Ten is an annual release marrying about four different hand-selected barrels. The spirit is fermented and distilled in alembic Charente stills and aged for a decade in a combination of new French Limousin oak and Cognac casks. Brenne Ten shares the Estate Cask’s DNA, but with a deeper, striking richness. On the palate, this whisky features our signature creamy fruit-forward taste, but with notes of dried fruits, chili, black pepper, spices, and dark chocolate.
Founded by former ballerina turned whisky entrepreneur, Allison Parc, Brenne was started with Allison's small life savings and a big dream to show terroir (a sense of place in the smell and taste) is possible when making great single malt whisky. She created Brenne from seed to spirit, with a third-generation Cognac maker at this family farm-distillery in the heart of Cognac, France. First released in New York City in 2012, the award-winning whisky embodies the elegant nature of its French terroir and brings a completely new style of French single malt whisky to the rapidly emerging world whisky segment.
Brenne is crafted at a third-generation farm distillery located in Cognac, France, which has been producing eau de vie since the 1920s.
What Whiskey will not cure, there is no cure for.
Coming in a multitude of styles depending on its origin, Whisk(e)y’s flavors range across the board from the sweet, caramel and vanilla-dominated American Bourbons to the briny, peat-heavy Islay Single Malts from Scotland. Though production methods differ widely, all Whiskeys are made by distilling beer made from some type of grain, such as barley, corn, wheat or rye. After the distillation process is complete, the new, clear spirit is transferred to wooden casks where it matures, a process that can take up to thirty years or more.