George A. Dickel believed that whisky made during winter was smoother than that made in summer. So his Tennessee whisky is chilled before it goes into the charcoal mellowing vats. This filters out the oils and fatty acids inherent in most whisky products. Declaring his whisky the equal of the finest scotch, he kept with the Scotch whisky tradition by dropping the "e" in "whiskey."
Aromas of light caramel and wood leading to a smoky finish that hints at flavors of maple and buttered corn.Where to buy
Concentrated flavors of rich oak and subtle vanilla lead to a long finish with hints of maple, butter and smoke.Where to buy
This 86-proof gem provides a consistently smooth taste, perfect balance, rich amber color and a hint of vanilla.Where to buy