1884 Small Batch Whiskey, Uncle Nearest (Tenessee, United States)
This is a 7-year-old minimum whiskey with a high corn mash bill, bottled at 90 proof. Each small batch has its barrels hand selected blended by descendants of Nearest Green. The signature of the descendant who curated each batch is embossed on the back. Uncle Nearest 1884 commemorates the final year Nearest is believed to have put his own whiskey into barrels before retiring from distilling. Nathan "Nearest" Green is the godfather of Tennessee Whiskey and while enslaved, taught a young Jack Daniel how to distill.