George Dickel 11 Year Bottled In Bond

George Dickel 11 Year Bottled In Bond

(0.75l, 50%)

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George Dickel delivers an encore performance, Bottled in Bond, and dripping with Tennessee flavor.

George Dickel immigrated to the United States from Germany in 1844 where he started a small retail business. Within a few years he started buying regional Whiskies wholesale and reselling them to bars and restaurants. In 1888, Dickel’s company bought out one of his suppliers — the Cascade Hollow Distillery. The dark days of Prohibition forced them to close things down. When Prohibition ended, the distillery was sold and the Bourbon renamed in honor of their founder. In 1956, the company returned to Tennessee, rebuilt the distillery, and adopted the Lincoln County process to become an official Tennessee Whisky. Today, the brand and distillery are owned by Diageo.

In 2019, George Dickel released a special "Bottled in Bond" edition and the market rewarded them for the effort with a handful of industry Gold Medals and sold out store shelves. So naturally they are doing it again this year. George Dickel 11 Year Bottled in Bond was distilled in the autumn of 2008 and bottled in the spring of 2020. Make no mistake… this is the George Dickel Tennessee Whiskey that you love with the standard mash bill of 84% corn, 8% rye, and 8% malted barley. To qualify as "Bottled in Bond," the Spirit must be distilled in a single season, from a single distiller, produced and aged at a single location, and be bottled at 50% ABV (100 proof).

Smartass Corner:
George Dickel wanted to let folks know that his American Whisky was ever bit as smooth as imported Scotch. That’s why to this very day the label used the Scottish spelling of the word "Whisky" — without the "e."
  • Category
  • Style
    Straight Tennessee Whisky
  • Region
  • Country
    United States
  • Alcohol
  • Distillery
  • Age
    11 Year Old

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toasted oak
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Tennessee Whiskey closely parallels Bourbon, but final filtering through sugar-maple charcoal (called the Lincoln County Process) is what some producers say differentiates them. Tennessee Whiskey’s finish is sweeter and smoother than Bourbon.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Dark Amber

Nose / Aroma / Smell
It’s like Tennessee perfume with notes of pecan pralines and maple bars.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate is strong and perfectly sweet and builds on the aromas with notes of pecan pie, apple chips, warm caramel, toasted oak, and something that makes you think of Sunday morning pancakes.

The finish is pleasantly long, warm, sweet, and oaky.
Ratings & Reviews
I really wanted to like it but not one of my favorites. It you like Dickel, you’ll like this. Not tremendously different.
Not impressed. Maybe as an every day, quick sip, kinda drink, but not what I would drink when I'm ready to sit back and enjoy and nice pour with a premium cigar.
I like it. Better than last years edition. Very bold flavor profile with not as much of the Flintstone Vitamin taste that Dickel is known for. I found it for $44 dollars which I thought was fair for an 11 year old BIB. A drop of water or two will soften it a bit if that is your thing. Recommended.
Easy sipper. Unique flavor profile. Don’t love it, but happy to drink it.
Its not my favorite but its not bad either, good sipper, does have a slight Flintstone vitamin after taste, but has a great nose and price is great for 11yrs old.
Very smooth drink, caramel, oak, hint of maple. The more I get into the bottle, the more I enjoy it.
Get it now before it's all gone
If you like Dickel 12 you will love this. I don't get the vitamin taste. I get caramel, pecans and sweet fruity goodness.
Not my favorite, overwhelming vitamin taste
What do you mean by "vitamin taste"? Like the aftertaste of a Flintstone vitamin or artificial sweeteners?
Amazing flavors, easy to drink and smooth as silk. Definitely going to buy another bottle...two actually one for me and one for my father in law who is a big Dickel fan.
A little too oaky and yes that vitamin fruit taste. Grew on me though as it is very complex. Better nest than on the rocks.
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