George Dickel No. 12

George Dickel No. 12

(1l, 45%)


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THE other Tennessee Whiskey ;)
 
The George Dickel distillery was founded in 1877 and later bought by George A. Dickel in 1884. Their Whisky is made primarily in the distillery at Cascade Hollow, Tennessee and bottled in Stamford and Canada. George Dickel believed his spirit was as fine as the one from Scotland so he dropped the “e” in Whiskey and used the traditional Scottish spelling Whisky.

He also believed that Whisky made in the winter is smoother than one made during the summer—which resulted in making George Dickel the only Tennessee Whisky that is chilled before it is put into the charcoal mellowing vats. This ensures the filtering of oils and fatty acids, making for a lighter and smoother dram.
 
George Dickel Superior No. 12 is believed by many to be the gold standard of Tennessee Whisky. It is made from a combination of older Whiskies selected by the master distiller. The Superior No. 12 is made from a mash bill of barley, corn, rye, wheat and other grains. It was awarded with two Silver Medals, two Gold Medals and one Double Gold Medal in the San Francisco World Spirits Competition.
 
Tasting Notess
 
Appearance / Colour
Rich amber.

Smell / Nose / Aroma
Maple syrup, bold aromas of nuts, peach marmalade, buttercream, citrus, a hint of spice.

Flavour / Taste / Palate
Delicious rich oak, maple sugar, vanilla, caramel, dark chocolate, gingerbread, leather and tobacco.

Finish
Medium and sweet, with hints of maple, spice and smoke. 

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Member Reviews and Ratings of George Dickel No. 12
Michael
Michael,
on the rocks or neat goes down smooth.
 
John
John,
Dickle 12 is a smooth tasting every day whiskey. By far my favorite.
 
Jason
Jason,
Very smooth and with a hint of oakyness
 
Ryan
Ryan,
My favorite daily sipping bourbon.
 
Justin
Justin,
Hard to beat this for the price. Tennessee whiskey. Like Jack, but better and I can usually find it for the same price or less.
 
Lucas
Lucas,
Nose: corn oak and sweetness, nutmeg Taste: a little hot, lots of sweetness and vanilla, some oak, light aftertaste with some sweetness
 
Kihm
Kihm,
My first, and still my favorite. Lovely caramel and char notes, the one I'd take to a desert island.
 
Adam
Adam,
It's the session beer of bourbons - nutty, mild, smooth.
 
Tom
Tom,
Love it!
 
Todd
Todd,
Smooooth
 
guest
guest,
It's good for the price, but at the same time there are a lot of other whiskeys id but for this price. It's a nice change of pace though.
 
guest
guest,
The best charcoal filtered whisky I have tasted. If all you know is Jack, you don't know Dickel.
 
guest
guest,
For the price, a nice sipping whiskey when you don't want to bust out the too shelf stuff.
 
Joe
Joe,
Can be had for around ~$20 and doesn't get much better at that price. Versatile enough to be enjoyed straight or in cocktails.
 
James
James,
Excellent sour mash for the price!! Wonderful notes.
 
guest
guest,
Sweet, smooth, great with fresh apple juice. My favourite for night out in club
 
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