George Dickel "K&L Exclusive" 9 Year Old Single Barrel #04L28N54410 Tennessee Whiskey (750ml)

SKU #1268243

Single cask selections from George Dickel have become some of the most coveted bottles among K&L American whiskey customers, mainly because the sweetness and the richness of the Tennessee whiskey seems to come through like a laser beam at 51.5%; taking what is normally a mellow, creamy, and drinkable sour mash whiskey and dialing the intensity up to full speed. We're also not able to secure K&L single cask selections with the frequency that we're able to choose barrels from other distilleries, making the Dickel releases that much rarer in the eyes of our customers. But never fear, whiskey drinkers: we've got three new casks in stock right now and ready to rip! Barrel #04L28N54410 begins with hints of dark cocoa and rich wood flavor, but quickly brings in the baking spices and the charred oak goodness. The finish is a Bourbon-esque explosion of pencil shavings, baking spice and sweet vanilla. A triumph of pure Tennessee whiskey heaven! (NOTE: There are no cask indicators on the label. Bottle ID code is L6169K1003 on the laser scan underneath the bar code)

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Staff Image By: Jeffrey Jones | K&L Staff Member | Review Date: 8/7/2016 | Send Email
Single barrels are always fun because one gets to see the variation between barrels. The same distillery and same age but there are subtle differences. This barrel is very easy to drink. It is rich and balanced with a honey nuances and a long finish.

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Alcohol Content (%): 51.5