George Dickel
Barrel Select

75cl / 43%
  • Tennessee Whiskey
George Dickel / Barrel Select
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A specially selected whiskey from George Dickel, blended from casks chosen each year by the master distiller - hence 'Barrel Select'. It's made in a batch of about 10 casks, each having aged their contents for 10-12 years.

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Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by John Hansell for Whisky Advocate

    The star of the portfolio. A true sipping whisky with elegance and grace. Perhaps the best Tennessee whisky on the market. Honey-soaked corn bread, rhum agricole, ripe nectarine, and glazed citrus. Hint of mint, green tea, and cinnamon. Very polished. 92 Points

8 Customer Reviews

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  • 1 June 2014

    This is the best Tennessee Whisky I have tasted so far. The extra years of aging have paid off and it is vastly superior to anything Jack Daniels have so far produced!

  • 26 December 2012

    I have been a George Dickel fan since I first tasted it in college, in 1964. It's the very best Tennessee whiskey there is, bar none. Being a native Tennessean, it's good to love something so fine from home. There's flavor and history in every sip. If I could only have one whiskey in this life, Dickel would be it.

  • 27 June 2012

    It takes off like Gunpowder! Silky, refine, thin, dense, heavy acidy cider and toasty flavors. Some maple charcoal. An Ash like finish. It never ends and it running at gunpower going off. The buttery corn and soft dough notes seems pinned down. Maybe its me or the younger dickels are more like this.The empty glass has that big dusty cookie dough like smell.

  • 1 December 2010

    I like Dickel's as much as I like Knob Creek. Dickel's is very smooth, very very good!!!!!!!JJ

  • 28 September 2009

    cheers to Dickel's fine products

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  • 11 August 2008

    This is an excellent whiskey, but it's not a bourbon. It is highly recommended though.

  • 22 June 2008

    Absolute lashings of corn everywhere you turn. Wonderful stuff that is as sweet and smooth a sippin' whisky as ever made.