Jack Daniel's Distillery (Whisky)
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Jack Daniel's comes from one of the largest distilleries in the world, yet, it still manages to elaborate a unique Whiskey from Tennesse. The distillation is similar to the one of Bourbon with one notable difference: the filtration process. Indeed, it is filtered through maple charcoal. This process is called the "Lincoln County Process" and distinguishes Jack Daniel's from Bourbon. It also gives it a sweet and smoked taste.
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Description · Jack Daniel's Distillery
TASTING NOTES of Jack Daniel's :
- Colour: Amber colour.
- Flavour: The nose gives us aromas of spice, sweet candy and banana liqueur.
- Taste: Smoky flavour, very smooth and velvety on the palate and a pleasant typical sweetness. Sweet, with a final flavorful and soft oak nuances of cedar.
PRODUCER: Jack Daniel's Distillery
COUNTRY: United States
PRODUCTION DETAILS: There are various stories about the origin of Jack Daniel's whiskey. One story says that Jack Daniel's recipe was the 7th one, or it might be the 7th testing batch. The only one who knows is Mr. Jack, but if true, we are happy that they did not move till the number 8.
ALCOHOL: 40% Vol
Jack Daniel's Distillery
Jack Daniel's is an American Tennessee whiskey distillery, famous for its square bottles and black label. The distillery was founded by Jack Daniel in 1866 in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Jack bought his business in 1895, he decided to change the round shape of the bottle to the square that will soon...
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