Our George Dickel Range

The probably only Bourbon whiskey that uses the Scottish spelling "whisky" is the brand George Dickel. The eponymous merchant and master distiller, George Dickel, began the production of Tennessee whiskey as an immigrant in the mid-19th century, aiming to achieve the same quality as the finest Scotch whiskies. Read more

Today, the brand George Dickel is part of the conglomerate Diageo. The original George Dickel distillery in Cascade Hollow produces whiskies such as the George Dickel No. 8 with 40 percent alcohol content and the George Dickel No. 12 with 45 percent alcohol content. The George Dickel whiskies, like all Tennessee whiskey variants of Bourbon, undergo a charcoal filtration process. This process contributes to a particularly smooth and rounded flavor profile.