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Jack Daniel’s Bonded is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, which must be distilled by a single distiller during a single distillation season, matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof. Barrels are hand-selected for their characteristics of deeper color, flavor, and aroma, which deliver a darker, richer, and more oak-forward character. It’s a big, bold Tennessee Whiskey at 100 proof with layered notes of caramel, rich oak, and spice giving way to a pleasantly lingering finish.
Jack Daniels Single Barrel | Uptown Spirits & The Bottle House Barrel Pick
It’s been 100 years or so since the Jack Daniel Distillery released a whiskey of 10 years of age or greater. Evolving Jack Daniel’s past aged-stated whiskey process, these Tennessee Whiskey barrels have been aging in the Buzzard’s Roost of our barrelhouse, and methodically relocated to the lower floors of different barrel houses to extend the aging process for the last 10 summers.
It’s whiskey as nature intended it—bottled straight from the barrel at its full proof. Intense, smooth, and remarkably varied, Barrel Proof is bottled at anywhere from 125 to 140-proof, taking Jack’s trademark vanilla and toasted oak flavors to bold new levels.
Sinatra Select pays tribute to Jack’s biggest fan: Frank Sinatra. Made with our unique “Sinatra Barrels” that have deep grooves specially carved into their staves to expose the whiskey to extra layers of toasted oak. This added exposure imparts a rich amber color, bold character, and pleasant smokiness, punctuated by an incredibly smooth vanilla finish. Much like Frank, this Tennessee Whiskey is one of a kind.
The First Responder Whiskey Society presents the Jack Daniel’s Barrel Proof selection to celebrate their 1st Anniversary.
Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack is a seasonal blend of apple cider liqueur, Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey and holiday spices, based on an original family recipe from Jack’s home in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Even if you live in a place where it’s never cold or snowy, you’ll never regret being prepared. Our heartwarming Tennessee Cider should always be enjoyed with friends and family.
A little bit of smoke, a whole lot of flavor.
Just like the name ‘Old No. 7,’ the history of our label is a bit of a mystery. Some say we chose the color to mourn Mr. Jack’s death; others don’t think we chose it for any reason at all. We may never know for sure, but we are certain this label was one of the very first times it was predominantly black.
Our second bottling in the Jack Daniel’s Legacy Edition Series is a return to one of the first instances of Jack’s iconic black label. It’s a symbol of our enduring spirit, an ode to Mr. Jack’s color of choice and, well, just a good bottle of whiskey. So enjoy a sip or two of Jack Daniel’s history.
Jack Daniel’s is known for being a well-crafted, smooth sippin’ Tennessee Whiskey. You don’t last for over 150 years if you’re not a quality product, after all. We’ve become known for something else along the way too: our iconic black and white label. But what people may not know is that the history of our label wasn’t always so black and white.
Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel 2021 Special Release Coy Hill High Proof. This year’s annual special release celebrates Coy Hill which is the highest-elevated rolling hill on the Jack Daniel Distillery property. This rare high-proof release honors the art of the whiskey-making process, as well as showcases how a barrel house location along with the extreme weather and maturation conditions produces an exceptional whiskey flavor. The Coy Hill High Proof is bottled in its purest form straight from the barrel, with minimal filtration, uncut at 137.4 – 148.3 proof. This one-of-kind Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel bottle should remain upright at all times unless you are pouring it into a glass to enjoy.
Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, which must be distilled by a single distiller during a single distillation season, matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof. Barrels are hand-selected for their characteristics of deeper color, flavor, and aroma, which deliver a darker, richer, and more oak-forward character. It’s a big, bold Tennessee Whiskey at 100 proof with layered notes of caramel, rich oak, and spice giving way to a pleasantly lingering finish.
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Travelers Sweet & Oaky has a traditional 107 proof that intensifies the flavor and not the heat. The flavor is derived from the NEW American charred oak barrels. The mash is comprised of 80% Corn, 12% Barley, 8% Rye.
Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Travelers Bold & Spicy has a traditional 107 proof that intensifies the flavor and not the heat. The flavor is derived from the unique and spicy rye grain. The mash is comprised of 70% Rye, 12% Barley, 18% Corn.
”Like our founder Jack Daniel, Jimmy Bedford was both a farmer and a whiskey-maker, so he knew a thing or two about the importance of strong roots.
He made his whiskey Jack’s way. True to its roots and true to Jack’s words – “every day we make it, we’ll make it the best we can.”
In 1896, Mr. Jack commissioned a special “Centennial Bottle” in honor of Tennessee’s 100th anniversary of becoming the 16th state. Because of the bottle’s long, twisting neck, it was difficult to make and only a few were manufactured and given by Mr. Jack to his friends. An updated 750ml replica, released in 1995 in anticipation of the 1996 anniversary, was created to celebrate Tennessee’s 200th birthday. A 700ml version was also produced for international markets.
When Jack Daniel opened The White Rabbit and Red Dog saloons in Lynchburg in 1892, he thought of a novel way to attract people to the town square. Mr. Jack formed The Silver Cornet Band with musically inclined locals – a bank clerk, grocer, policeman, and even a local lawyer. Like his whiskey, music brought folks together from every walk of life. Mr. Jack’s band played together for another 20 years. Even when the Distillery was closed due to Prohibition, the band kept Jack’s spirit alive. To honor Mr. Jack’s connection to music, which continues today, this 1.75L bottle was released in 1986.
In Mr. Jack’s day, the Cumberland River was a major thoroughfare for riverboats hauling cotton, tobacco and passengers, with Nashville being a major port-of-call. Keeping these boats amply supplied with Jack Daniel’s was the way to introduce travelers to the whiskey from Tennessee. And, the key to having a boat stock your product was to make friends with the captain. This 1.75L bottle, released in 1987, pays honor to the grand old river boats and the captains who commanded them.
In the late 1800s, not everyone respected quality as much as Jack Daniel did. Store owners would often buy whiskey by the barrel straight from the distillers, and add dyes or cut it with chemicals when they bottled it to increase their profits before selling it to customers. You can imagine how that wasn’t in the best interest of people who were just looking for a few smooth sips. So in 1895, Jack began bottling his Tennessee Whiskey in his iconic square bottle. He wanted to know exactly what was in every single bottle that bore his name. He knew the best way to sell his whiskey was on the promise of quality.
Sinatra Century honors the 100th birthday of Frank Sinatra.
Bottled from only 100 barrels hand-selected for their character, it is a toast to an icon and a life well lived.
We are pleased to introduce Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Century, one of the most limited Tennessee whiskeys we have ever released. Aged in distinctively crafted barrels, our 100-proof whiskey is delicately balanced for smoothness. The interior grooves of the barrel coax the whiskey to greater depths of white oak and give the whiskey a complexity of flavors – imparting Sinatra Century with a robust and refined taste. Encased in a unique collector’s box, every bottle of Sinatra Century is accompanied by a previously unreleased soundtrack as special as the whiskey itself.
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