Dickel Tenessee '80s
Made using the traditional sugar maple charcoal filtering method in (where else but) Tennessee, George Dickel is part of the elite group that actually use the term Tennessee Whiskey, the only other one being Jack Daniel's. However, George Dickel technically doesn't even use that term, as the original distiller, George Dickel himself, decided that what he created was equal to the finest Scotch and therefore used "whisky" instead of "whiskey". Pretty confusing, right? This is a collectible 1980s bottling.
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