Peg Leg Porker Tennessee Bourbon (yes also known as Tennessee whiskey) is a virtual unknown for me. It seems to have fairly limited distribution and I only obtained it from a sample that my buddy brought over from a trade he made with someone else. I guess that can be a good thing because I probably won’t have any bias towards or against it. Like it says on the website, this brand was founded by Carey Bringle, a barbeque Pitmaster, who wanted to carry over his love for barbeque to bourbon.
Using “Tennessee Bourbon” is an interesting decision, especially when Jack Daniel’s and George Dickel call it “Tennessee Whiskey”. It just goes to show that “Tennessee Whiskey” may be bourbon after all, but let’s not get into that argument. After I did the actual smell and taste test, I verified that Peg Leg Porker is sourced from George Dickel. Let’s dive into this Peg Leg Porker Tennessee Bourbon review to find out how much I enjoy my first experience with it.