Jack Daniel's Bottled-In-Bond Tennessee Whiskey 1 Litre

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This is a GoodDrop Fresh Drop… meaning we have bought a limited stockholding of this item which will not be replenished once sold out. Get in quick if you want to try this normally travel retail exclusive Tennessee whiskey.
 
“Whiskey-making in the 1800’s too often produced a hodge-podge of sub-par, counterfeit and even dangerous spirits. Whiskey drinkers at times weren’t sure of what exactly they were drinking or being served,” said Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller Jeff Arnett. “To bring a high level of safety and consistency to American whiskies, the United States Congress passed the Bottled in Bond Act which certified the quality of whiskey carrying that designation. It had to be aged at least four years and bottled at 100 proof at one distillery during a single season. The Bottled in Bond Act was passed in 1897. Mr. Jack began putting his Tennessee Whiskey in the now-familiar square bottle two years earlier in 1895. This new offering replicates those rules that were set more than 120 years ago.”
 
Every drop of Jack Daniel’s is made in Lynchburg, Tennessee, charcoal mellowed and then matured in handcrafted American white oak barrels crafted by its own coopers. At 100 proof, Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond is a bold Tennessee whiskey with rich flavours complemented by classic Jack Daniel’s smoothness.
 

Tasting Note: The rich, bold, 100-proof Tennessee Whiskey has an aroma of caramel with mild hints of banana and balanced caramel, vanilla and toasted oak flavors with a full-bodied mouth feel leaving a creamy, warm finish.

Additional Details

SKU:
12853-GB-UNIT
Size:
1000
Container Type:
Bottle
Country:
United States
Alcohol %:
50
Region:
Tennessee
Style:
Tennessee Whiskey
Varietal:
American Whiskey

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