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• History, scenery & heady aromas beckon at Tennessee distilleries

History, scenery & heady aromas beckon at Tennessee distilleries

Don’t call it bourbon. The golden elixir produced in Lynchburg might follow the same corn-heavy recipe as the stuff from Kentucky. It might be aged in the same charred oak barrels. But this, as the Volunteer State distillers will have you know, is not bourbon, but Tennessee whiskey – a product as different from bourbon […]