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Prichard's Double Barreled Bourbon

The high-quality taste of Benjamin Prichard’s Double Barrel Bourbon is no accident. Our bourbon is created using a unique, labor intensive process. Bourbon is generally barreled at a relatively high 125 proof. However, the final bottle proof may be as low as 80. Our bourbon is taken from 120 proof to 95 proof and re-barreled in new charred oak barrels to reinforce the barrel notes that bourbon is so famous for. To our knowledge there is no other distillery that utilizes this process. Benjamin Prichard’s Double Barreled Bourbon is truly special and has captured the attention of our customers who are virtually demanding that we produce more of this remarkable bourbon.

AWARDS

Featured in the November 2008 issue of Men's Journal Magazine
Best of Class - American Distiller's Conference - 2009
Extraordinary/Ultimate - Ultimate Spirits Challange - 2011 & 2012
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Prichard's Lincoln County Lightning

At one of our first public tastings of Lincoln County Lightning, a little old lady gleefully described the taste of her first sip, “It’s just like cornbread in a bottle…with a kick.” There’s no denying the wonderful sweet flavor of white corn, which serves as an integral part of the mash bill for Lincoln County Lightning. Our corn whiskey is straight out of the still, bold yet surprisingly mellow, and recently named the #2 legal moonshine in the USA by Southern Living. A true testament to Tennessee and its famous white corn, Benjamin Prichard’s Lincoln County Lightning is sure to put a pep in your step.

AWARDS

Very Good, Strong Recommendation - Ultimate Spirits Challange - 2012
Rated #1 on Southern Living Magazine
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Prichard's Double Chocolate Bourbon

Prichard’s Distillery and the Olive and Sinclair Chocolate Company have formed a friendship to produce a one of a kind product. Combining our fantastic hand crafted bourbon with the delectable artisan chocolate from Olive and Sincalair, resulting in a perfectly balanced bourbon with a mellow chocolate, (Not Sweet) background flavor. (90 point rating) Excellent, Highly Recommended at the 2012 Ultimate Spirit Challenge.
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Prichard's Tennessee Whiskey

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Benjamin Prichard’s Tennessee Whiskey is distilled in the style of the traditional Tennessee Whiskey made by our fifth generation grandfather, Benjamin Prichard. His Tennessee Whiskey was made with white corn instead of the traditional yellow corn used in most Bourbons and Tennessee Whiskeys in the early 1800s. This subtle difference enriches our whiskeys with a touch of sweetness that we have become well known for. Our Tennessee Whiskey is a one-of-a-kind spirit, in that we are the only Tennessee Whiskey exempt from the required charcoal mellowing process. We take great pride in this fantastic spirit and hope you will enjoy a Tennessee Whiskey worthy of it’s name.
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Prichard's Tennessee Rye Whiskey

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A true American Rye, providing an excellent balance of sour notes and a touch of sweetness. It has been bottled at 86 proof to achieve that balance. This expertly intense and slightly sweet spirit, has drawn a significant amount of attention, including being named one of the best affordable rye whiskies on the market. Awarded (90 point rating) Excellent, Highly Recommended at the 2012 Ultimate Spirits Challenge.

AWARDS

Excellent, Highly Recommended - Ultimate Spirits Challenge - 2012
Double gold, The Fifity Best, New york City - 2012
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Prichard's Tennessee Malt Whiskey

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Benjamin Prichard’s Tennessee Malt whiskey is distilled according to Irish traditions. Its rich malt flavors truly reflecting the character of the finest single malt whiskies. Benjamin Prichard’s Tennessee Malt Whiskey and its barley flavor will remind you of the rich influence of Ireland on Tennessee and American cultures.

AWARDS

Silver medallion - American Distiller's Conference, Portland Oregon - 20111
Good Recommendation - Ultimate Spirits Challange - 2012