George Dickel has unveiled its limited-release, 13-year-old Bottled in Bond Tennessee Whisky in the US.

The beverage contains 50% alcohol-by-volume (ABV) and offers a spicy flavour featuring honey and tropical fruit.

Containing a mash bill of 84% corn, 8% rye and 8% malted barley, Bottled in Bond achieves a smooth texture using Jack Daniel’s charcoal mellowing technique.

The whisky will initially be available for purchase in the Bottle Shop at Cascade Hollow Distilling Company in Tennessee. It will be released to retailers across the US later this month.

“It’s important to me that we create a whisky that’s sure to be a great value for the quality you’re getting.”

Cascade Hollow Distilling general manager and distiller Nicole Austin said: “We wanted George Dickel Bottled in Bond to be rooted in authenticity, quality and truth, reflective of the values we feel are most important when making Tennessee’s finest whisky.

“The aged whisky stocks we have access to here at Cascade Hollow are absolutely beautiful, and it’s important to me that we create a whisky that’s sure to be a great value for the quality you’re getting.”

In 1897, the federal government passed The Bottled in Bond Act to guarantee a spirit’s authenticity and quality.

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George Dickel Bottled in Bond is claimed to have been aged and bottled according to the special set of regulations from the US Government’s Standards of Identity for Distilled Spirits.

George Dickel Bottled in Bond carries a manufacturer’s suggested retail price (MSRP) of $35.99.

Last May, George Dickel partnered with US Tabasco sauce producer McIlhenny Company to create the George Dickel Tabasco Brand Barrel Finish.