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Founder and owner of Brenne whisky, Allison Parc, was motivated to produce a whisky that wasn’t simply Scotch made in a different territory, but one that embodied a true French spirit through the terroir and style of Cognac, France. The process began when the former professional ballerina encountered a third generation Cognac producer who had began to distill a single malt whisky at his farm distillery in the heart of the region.

Parc and the distiller then collaborated for almost four years to find the right character for their spirit. When Parc decided to incorporate his previously used Cognac casks in the whisky aging process, the whole project burst into life, ultimately creating an entirely new profile within the single malt category that soon became Brenne Whisky.

The process of creating this wonderful French single malt now typically begins with two varieties of heirloom barley, which are grown organically in the fields surrounding the distillery. A Cognac yeast strain is added for the fermentation and small batch production, before the whisky is distilled twice in copper alembic stills. A mix of new French Limousin and ex-Cognac casks are used for maturation, and there is no fixed age statement, as each cask differs due to how the long the Cognac was in barrel previously. This means Brenne whisky is bottled individually by barrel, although on average the whisky ages for a total of about 7 years.

Brenne Cuvée Spéciale French Single Malt Whisky

70cl, 40%

Launched in 2012 by Allison Parc, collaborating with a French distiller in Cognac, Brenne French Single Malt Whisky is something quite special indeed. It's made with malted barley grown in Cognac,…  More info

Brenne Cuvée Spéciale French Single Malt Whisky

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