Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is made using a very old process of passing the newly distilled whiskey through 10 foot high mellowing vats packed with sugar maple charcoal. Jack Daniel’s still insist on the same meticulous processes and draw water from the same natural underground cave in Lynchburg, Tennessee as Mr Jack Daniel did all those years ago.
Amber colour with golden highlights. The blend of the fruitiness and the “acid drop” of the eau-de-vie reveal notes of cherries and raspberries with touches of vanilla and oak. A very complex brandy thanks to richness of the distillates from the French vineyards. First strong and dry, then rounded with a fine complexity. Red fruits aromas, vanilla and woody notes. Suave and well balanced.
This Jack Daniels Tennessee Whiskey differs from the Old No.7 Black Label in that it is the only whiskey in the world twice charcoal mellowed (once before and once after ageing), creating an exceptionally smooth whiskey with a rich rewarding taste.