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George Dickel is the brand for the products of the Cascade Hollow Distillery. When that distillery was built in 1878 in Tullahoma, Tennessee, merchant George Dickel bought shares and later became the owner. Over the years the distillery has been closed and demolished and the whisky has been distilled elsewhere for a while. But in 1958 a new Cascade Hollow Distillery was built nearby where the first distillery was. The whiskies that are produced there now have the name of George Dickel on the label. And another nice fact: George Dickel chose the Scottish spelling for whisky (whisky) and not the American (whiskey).
This George Dickel No. 12 is a Tennesse sour mash whisky related to bourbon. 'No. 12' refers to the number of the recipe or 'mash-bill' that indicates which grains have been used in what proportion. In this case: 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% barley.
A full rye whisky, this George Dickel from Cascade Hollow Distillery. It is made from 95% rye, an unusually high content. This whisky is bottled at 45% in liter bottles. For those who want to taste a real rye whisky!
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