George Dickel might have never been a distiller, but he’s still one of the most notable men of American whiskey because his name is on bottles of Tennessee whisky all over the world. That iconic brand has teamed up with another you might have heard of, Tabasco, to create a new barrel finish whisky that will spice up your at home cocktail options. Basically it’s Dickel whisky finished for a month in the same barrels used to age tabasco peppers for three years before they get turned into the delicious hot sauce we all know and love. They say it’s “best enjoyed as a shot with celery salt on the rim, pickle juice, or an ice chaser,” but we can’t wait to use it to make a Bloody Mary variant. “Hot Dickel,” as they’re calling it, is expected to be landing on shelves at your local liquor emporium this month for around $25.