Cascade Hollow Distilling Co. has announced the release of George Dickel Bottled in Bond Distilling Season Spring 2007.
The third in the brand’s BiB lineup, following the much-awarded Fall 2005 and Fall 2008 whiskies, this is a limited-offering 13-year-old whisky.
George Dickel Bottled in Bond Distilling Season Spring 2007 is bottled at 100 proof.
“As the Bottled in Bond category continues to grow and more distilleries are experimenting with the style, I’m excited to add our first spring vintage to the George Dickel’s Bottled in Bond series,” says Cascade Hollow General Manager and Distiller Nicole Austin. “Like the previous two releases, this spirit shares the hallmarks of George Dickel’s nutty and waxy fruity characteristics, with this year’s release also featuring unique notes of cherry. We’re proud whisky drinkers can enjoy this rare, 13-year-old high proof liquid for a great price.”
Created by the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, the BiB requires that a spirit be made during one distillation season, by one distiller at one distillery, and then aged in a federally bonded (i.e. supervised) warehouse for at least four years, before bottling at 100 proof.
George Dickel Bottled in Bond Distilling Season Spring 2007 has a mash bill of 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% malted barley. It is chill charcoal mellowed like the rest of the George Dickel Tennessee whisky portfolio.
Beginning this month, the new George Dickel Bottled in Bond begins rolling out in select markets across the nation for a suggested retail price of $44.99.
Following the initial launch in May, the new George Dickel Bottled in Bond will continue to hit shelves in markets throughout the summer.