George Dickel White Corn Whisky #1

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There’s something special about moonshine. It’s the purest form of the liquid we’ve all come to adore so much. Unadulterated, unfettered, it’s the virgin expression of the base spirit that we all strive for. At least when it’s done right. If not, it’s a screaming hellfire on earth that leaves you dying among the bushes, […]

Tennessee Limeade

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January 28, 2012 (Day 306) — Tennessee Limeade Similar to the a whiskey lemonade, the Tennessee Limeade takes three ingredients and combines into something beyond it’s own experience. It’s a perfect spring drink, which if you’re in one of the areas that basically hasn’t had a winter, you can drink right away. 2 oz Dickel […]

You Don’t Know Dickel

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January 27, 2012 (Day 304) — You Don’t Know Dickel As we mentioned when we originally reviewed Dickel, we were a bit tickled by their “If you only know Jack, you don’t know Dicke.” line. We figured we’d add to the love by creating a cocktail named after Dickel itself. 2 oz Dickel Cascade Hollow […]

Cantina

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January 25, 2012 (Day 302) — Cantina So, you’ve decided that you haven’t been doing a great job keeping with your resolutions to take care of yourself? Well, even if you’re going to keep drinking, you an at least put some stuff in your drink that’s good for you. 2 oz Dickel Cascade Hollow 2 oz Italian […]

Tickel

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January 24, 2012 (Day 301) — Tickel This is our version of a Hot Toddy using Dickel. Hence the name — Tickel. Ba-dum-bum-tshhhh. 2 oz Dickel Cascade Hollow .5 oz HARLEM Herbal Liqueur 2 whole cloves 1 cinnamon stick Hot water to top Combine the Dickel, HARLEM, cloves and cinnamon in a heat-proof mug. Let […]

Southern Belle

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January 23, 2011 (Day 300) — Southern Belle Southern Belles. 2 oz Dickel Cascade Hollow Tennessee Whisky 10 oz pineapple juice .5 oz Hiram Walker Caramel Apple Splash grenadine 2 oz orange juice Combine all the ingredients in a highball glass filled with crushed ice. Stir well and then serve. Cheers! — Mark