George Dickel x Leopold Bros Collaboration Blend Rye Whisky
The teams at George Dickel and Leopold Bros each contributed their own, in-house rye whiskey for this blend. One is chill-filtered through maple charcoal, the second a pre-Prohibition style rye.
For those of you who know the story of Denver distiller Todd Leopold and HOW HE RESURRECTED A THREE CHAMBER STILL to create a style of rye whiskey not tasted since before Prohibition, we're back again to update you on the sequel to that amazing tale: the new Dickel x Leopold Bros Collaboration Rye Whiskey. While the release of the THREE CHAMBER RYE WHISKEY as a solo act was thrilling, its original usage was more like the bass notes in a symphony. Historically, the heavy-bodied, three chamber-distilled whiskies were blended with lighter column-distilled whiskies to create a harmony. In order to showcase the Three Chamber Still whiskey's capacity to add texture, richness, and weight to a blend, Todd teamed up with Nicole Austin over at George Dickel turn back the hands of time and give us another look at what American whiskey would have tasted like 100 years ago. Bottled at 100 proof, with a rich, oily mouthfeel and heaps of baking spices on the finish, the new Dickel x Leopold rye collaboration is one of the most satisfying American whiskies of 2021 and is sure to make any serious whiskey historian extremely happy. Our inventory is limited and our price is currently the best in the country, so we don't expect these to last. If you're a fan of both American history and American whiskey, it doesn't get much better than this.