When you hear the phrase Tennessee whiskey, what comes to mind first? The smoky, silky mouthfeel? The dark hues, and amber liquid? Rich, complex charcoal notes, or the name Jack Daniel's? Whatever you associate with Tennessee Whiskey, it certainly possesses an abundance of character and charisma. The closest living relative to Kentucky's world-famous bourbon whiskey, Tennessee Whiskey shares the same 51% or more corn mashbill requirements, the only difference being Tennessee whiskey has a post-distillation filtration process that uses sugar-maple charcoal to produce its unmistakable, smoky aroma.