At 14 years the bottling represents the oldest ever Tennessee whiskey. There is a deep, burnished oakiness, tending to dryness, with a hint of smoky quality. The Tennessee Charcoal Filtering process followed by 14 years of barrel aging has produced an exceptionally smooth and flavorable whiskey.
Thursday, 20 October 2016 12:51
George Dickel 14 Year BarrelWritten by Scott Clark
Published in Single Barrel