|Packaging:||In original box|
|Volume on Label:||1.0 Litre|
To celebrate their 150th anniversary, Jack Daniel’s released a very limited edition whiskey to honor Jasper Newton ‘Jack’ Daniel, the man who started it all.
“For this 150th anniversary whiskey, our coopers ‘slow-toasted’ the barrels to bring out the rich flavors and aromas of the wood, creating a contemporary expression of an 1866 barrel char,” explains Arnett. “We wanted to offer a unique whiskey that we think collectors and consumers alike will enjoy for their own celebrations and is as special as the anniversary that it celebrates.”
For this whiskey they use the same mix as for Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 80% corn, 12% barley and 8% rye. Before going into specially-crafted new American oak barrels, each drop is mellowed through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal.
Barrels are then filled and placed in “angel’s roost,” one of Jack Daniel’s oldest barrelhouses at the distillery.
Finally, bottled at 100 proof, this limited edition whiskey features tasting notes of toffee and butterscotch, with lingering warm flavors of toasted oak.
Nose: Strong vanilla and caramel are balanced by fruity apricot, cherry, and orange. There’s a solid underpinning of leather.
Palate: More vanilla opens the palate, along with maple syrup and some baking spice. The palate isn’t cloying by any means, counterweighted by substantial oak and more leather. The finish is nice, although what lingers is a faintly medicinal aftertaste. Mouthfeel-wise, it’s note-perfect, tannic but not drying.
This Jack daniel's is bottled at 50% abv.
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