With its tawny hue, smooth caramel and maple notes braced up with a slight oaky edge and buttery finish, this is a whiskey to savor. Try it in a Manhattan. - K.N.
y far the “sweet spot” when compared to its siblings. The most versatile and the best value of the entire portfolio. Good enough to enjoy neat, but economical enough to use as a mixer. Caramel corn, vanilla, soft nougat, light barrel char, gentle fruit, hint of cinnamon and nutmeg.Value Pick.(Spring 2012) Reviewed by: John Hansell
Old No. 8 is the classic whisky that made George Dickel famous. In 2005, the San Francisco World Spirits Competition awarded Old No. 8 a silver medal for Tennessee Whiskys. Just this year, it was lauded with the prestigious Gold Medal. There's a reason the classics never fade away. Try George Dickel Old No. 8 Tennessee Whisky and find out why for yourself.