New to Nashville, deep in the heart of Tennessee whiskey country, is a new spirit called Reverence Bourbon. And it’s the first black-owned bourbon brand in the .state.
The man putting a spin on Tennessee’s rich whiskey history is local firefighter and Tennessee State University grad, Michael Frazier.
Reverence is a one of a kind Tennessee Bourbon. It is curated from 2 different aged barrels, creating a master blend with rich taste and a flavor that cannot be duplicated. As a bourbon it is aged in brand new charred oak barrels for every batch. The corn to rye ratio is precise with a touch of barley to give the premium oak flavor that bourbon aficionados so greatly desire.
The tasting notes consists of the nose filled with caramel, maple, and kettle corn. The palate is filled with Chocolate, malt, and oak. The finish is smooth and refreshing with clean hints of fresh cut spearmint.