Jack Daniel's 1.5L1.5L
Jack Daniel's 1.5L
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Jack Daniel's is a Tennessee whiskey and not a bourbon. After distillation, the whisky is filtered by a layer of 3 m maple wood charcoal before aging it in barrels. This process, the Lincoln County Process, gives all its sweetness to the star of the whiskeys.
Description of Jack Daniel's 1.5L
Jack Daniel's 1.5L
- Colour: Jack Daniel's 1.5L is a warm amber hue.
- Aroma: Toasted nuts and burnt brown sugar with a mineral edge.
- Taste: A gentle entry, medium-bodied and slightly dry, with notes of caramel corn and white pepper, before an elemental journey of earth, fire, and steel. This is followed by a soothing caramel and vanilla finish.
PRODUCER: Jack Daniel's Distillery. One of the only places in the world where you won't see its familiar bottle and old-fashioned black label is the distillery's own home turf in Moore County, Tennessee, it being a dry county. You could call Jack Daniel's 1.5L a bourbon, but Jack says it's Tennessee Whiskey all the way.
COUNTRY: United States
PRODUCTION DETAILS: There's a good reason that Jack Daniel's can consistently claim to be the best-selling whisky on the planet. It uses only the finest grains. It uses iron-free, beautifully pure and distinctive water from its own cave spring. It mellows its whiskey painstakingly by passing it through no less than ten feet of charcoal made with sugar maple wood. It matures the results in new American oak barrels for as long as it needs to. And it uses recipes and processes honed, and skills crafted and handed down, over the many years since its founding in Lynchburg in 1866. Then it keeps doing all of this. After all, it has a reputation to uphold.
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