Diehard Tennessee whisky fans know there’s a significant difference in the aging process between batches made in the United States and those made in Scotland and Ireland. As the wood at the core of each barrel expands and contracts from the humidity of changing Tennessee weather, the whisky is able to pull out more of its flavor and age in a shorter period of time. That means any kind of long term aging process will give a Tennessee-bred whisky an incredibly rich flavor and vivid color. You’ll find each of those hallmarks in the latest batch of George Dickel Bottled in Bond Whisky. This is a 13-year-old whisky that delivers the smooth taste that a true whisky connoisseur yearns for.
This 100-proof whisky is stronger than your average bottle. Its complex yet smooth flavor has seen it be awarded the gold medal at the San Francisco World Spirits Competition and a 95% rating from Wine Enthusiast. Those distinctions go to show that there’s nothing quite like Tennessee-style whisky.