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Brenne Ten French Single Malt Whisky

NEW YORK, September 24, 2015 — Brenne® Whisky, the world’s premier French Single Malt Whisky, introduces Brenne Ten™ in the U.S. today. This exquisite 10-year-old whisky, with a rich and resonant amber hue, is expertly crafted “seed-to-spirit” from organic malted barley and naturally pure water in the Cognac region of France. This extremely limited bottling —only 290 cases for 2015— is the marriage of four casks, hand-selected for their distinctive complexity and balance by the brand’s founder, Allison Patel.
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Armorik Breton French Single Malt Whisky Double Maturation

Armorik Whisky is made from 100% French malted barley from Champagne. The grains come from granitic soils located close to the sea, very iodized (the sea is less than 6 miles away) and the weather is as rainy and windy as the Scottish Highlands. Overall, the region is a bit warmer than the Highlands but the humidity level is the same, both of which favor the aging of the whisky. The distillery sits on a water source by the name of Rest Avel (House of Wind), which gives a pure and crystal clear granitic water.
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Armorik Breton Sherry Finish French Single Malt Whisky

Armorik Sherry Finish is mostly aged in refill bourbon casks and then finished in first fill sherry butts for about 8 months. The natural fruitiness of Armorik is thereby enhanced by warm notes of dried fruit and prunes so characteristic of sherry. Round and warm with notes of candied fruit, grain and a touch of chocolate; creamy texture that coats the palate in a slightly spiced finish.
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Brenne Estate Cask French Single Malt Whisky

AGED IN FRENCH OAK & COGNAC BARRELS  Brenne Whisky starts in new Limousin oak barrels before being finished in Cognac casks, giving it a hint of perfumed fruit that sets it apart from other whiskies. SINGLE CASK BOTTLES Each bottle of Brenne Whisky comes from a single barrel selected at its peak.  We don’t blend barrels. Each barrel number is stamped on the back label.
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