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  • ColonialDawg
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    • Oct 2017
    • 477
    • Coastal VA

    George Dickel 9 year Single Barrel Select!

    I was perusing one of my local ABC stores and, what do you know, I spot a handful of bottles of George Dickel 9 year Hand Selected Single Barrel. I checked their website and this isn’t listed among their other offerings. Apparently single barrels are private store selections only... Score!

    The Dickel #12 is a great pour and has been mentioned in a few posts here already - get a bottle if you haven’t because it’s a fine whisky. I haven’t tried the single barrel yet (don’t worry I will tonight) but everything I have read gives it very high marks. Of course, the thing about single barrels is they are all different and unique, something I find appealing.

    I also spotted the Dickel Barrel Select, which comes from a small batch of 10 hand selected barrels of whisky aged 10-12 years. I may have to grab one of those in the near future too, but those were a lot more plentiful than the single barrel.

    And lastly, I hear there’s a 13-year bottled in bond Dickel that was just released. I haven’t been able to find that one in my stores yet but I hear GREAT things about that one. AND it costs less than $40.
  • Huskee
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    #2
    I look forward to your thoughts. Never had this myself. I like the Dickel #8 & #12, great budget whiskeys.

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    • ColonialDawg
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      • Oct 2017
      • 477
      • Coastal VA

      #3
      So, the mashbill is standard Dickel - 84% corn, 8% rye, 8% barley
      The whisky is 103 proof and has been aged 9 years in new oak barrels after undergoing charcoal filtration
      Remember this is a single barrel product so the bottle you try will likely be different...

      OK, so I was excited to find this bottle after reading so many positive reviews. Unfortunately, I did not enjoy this whisky at all. I don't consider 103 proof to be that high, yet I was unable to nose this without clearing out my sinuses. I tried in both a Glencairn glass and an Old Fashioned glass. The ethanol was just very overpowweing. Behind the strong ethanol I could detect classic bourbon notes - vanilla and brown sugar. But that's it. Tasting was unpleasant too. The ethanol waa really strong and the burn in the back of my mouth lingered and turned into a slight numbness. This is a headscratcher because I like high proof bourbons and regularly sip 100 - 120 proof bourbons neat and none of them burn like this one. Dickel whisky is also supposed to be more mellow than traditional bourbons, as a result of charcoal filtration. I tried to temper the strong ethanol by adding drops of distilled water. Unfortunately, the water diluted more of the flavors than it did the ethanol and I ended up adding quite a bit of water.

      As I continued diluting the whisky, I finally realized I should have just tried the barrel select instead, which is a 10-12 year small batch bottled at 86 proof.

      So, I'm disappointed. At $50, I expected better. I didn't expect 103 proof to be that harsh. Again, it's a single barrel, so maybe my juice came from a bad barrel. Either way, I wouldn't spend the $50 on this. Save your money and buy a barrel select for 10 bucks less, or buy a few bottles of #12.

      I'm going to let this bottle sit for a coulple of weeks and try again later. Perhaps I'll have a different experience then.
      Last edited by ColonialDawg; September 28th, 2019, 08:46 PM.

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      • Bkhuna
        Bkhuna commented
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        1. I'm not a big fan of mash bills with that much corn.

        I don't drink Tennessee Whisky very often, but when I do, it's Dickel no. 12.
        Last edited by Bkhuna; September 29th, 2019, 07:35 AM.
    • Huskee
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      #4
      Great review! Glad you tried it with water, and also that you're going to let it sit. Sometimes a week or two is enough for it to change slightly. When they're half or less full and sit a month or 3 is where I tend to notice them changing the most due to greater oxygen in the bottle. Something I've noticed too is if I dont like a whiskey, ty it again tomorrow. Maybe what I ate last or if I've chewed gum, etc can affect my perception of a whiskey. Just like with wine.

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      • ColonialDawg
        ColonialDawg commented
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        Hopefully doing so will mellow out the strong ethanol. I just couldn't get past that on this bottle no matter the dilution. And I agree with you regarding what you last ate affecting your palate. I made sure I hadn't eaten anything before sipping this. The Glencairn just funneled that ethanol too intensely so I thought a wider mouth old fashioned glass would be better. It wasn't. It'll be interesting to compare my notes in a month or so.

      • Mr. Bones
        Mr. Bones commented
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        It'll be interesting to compare my notes in a month or so.
        Yup, I'd certainly be interested in a follow up review; as I noted, I've had bottles of bourbon that I initially thought were nastier than Giant Green Chancroideous Siberean Moose C***s, that actually turned out purty good, after sittin there, an agin awhile...
    • barelfly
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      • Dec 2017
      • 960
      • New Mexico

      #5
      I’ve had one of these, but don’t remember which one. I save all the bottles and store a the lake house for decoration....drives my wife nuts. But I’ll have to see which one I have. I’ve enjoyed on or two of thE GD bottles, but a few have been hohum...


      thanks for sharing!

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        #6
        Sorry to hear of yer disappointment...

        Mebbe, now that it's open, an breathin, it'll mellow out, some...

        Likeys me some High-Octane bourbons, now, an again....

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          Wild Turkey Rare Breed is a regular on my shelf. It's 116.8 proof. The 2019 stuff is excellent. Very smooth.

        • RustyHaines
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          About 10 years ago I bought a bottle of 128.6 proof, 7 years old, Bookers. Best tasting bourbon I ever drank. It is long empty but I keep the bottle in my liquor cabinet as a reminder.
      • raven
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        • 25
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        #7
        I have 2 bottles of the BiB GD. I would highly recommend getting one if you see it. It does have a blue label which stands out from most bottles so it should not be hard to spot. Some stores might even hide it behind the counter.

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        • ColonialDawg
          ColonialDawg commented
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          Well, we’re an ABC state, so no hidden bottles. I do know it is here in VA, just not in any of my local stores. At least not yet. If I find one, you better believe I’m going to grab it.
      • smokin fool
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        #8
        Its listed at the LCO but currently not available up here in the sticks.

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        • luvthemstillers
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          #9
          I've found that higher proof bottles need to get to just below the shoulder of the bottle, then sit for a few weeks to "mellow out". Most time it will make for a vast improvement. I also agree with Huskee that what you ate prior to enjoying your pour can change what flavors you get out of a whiskey. Try it again in a few weeks and report back on your findings.

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          • Bob's BBQ
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            #10
            My brother-in-law bought me a bottle of the cheaper George Dickel. I put a couple of shots in a water glass filled with ice, then add 1/2 raspberry iced tea and 1/2 sour. Makes a nice refreshing stand-by-the-smoker drink. I call it the Dickel Pickler.

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            • Huskee
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              Bourbon has taken off in recent years as a popular mixing spirit. I make on-the-fly mixes all the time and I love all of them. I make a very crude version of an Old Fashioned using a slish of cherry-pomegranate grenadine syrup , a slish of quince & apple tart cherry grenadine, and a heavy dose of bitters. It's awesome!

            • smokin fool
              smokin fool commented
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              Guess I'm old school, into the glass, give it a swish, take a whiff, take a drink.
              Some things are just perfect as they are.

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              That's how I do it most! smokin fool

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