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For those unfamiliar with the world of malt spirits, every whisky (or rather whiskey, in the American way) is the same as another. The Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 , however, it stands out. In the meantime, we are talking about a Tennessee whiskey whose manufacturing process is different from any other. Unlike the classic Jack Daniel's Old No.7, the Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 undergoes a double filtration in saccharine maple charcoal, which gives the distillate its characteristic sweet notes. The amber colour is due, on the other hand, to the double ageing in barrels: the first takes place in the classic American white oak barrels carbonized inside; the second in maple barrels. The microscopic porosity of the wood allows a slight oxidation and the woods of the barrels imprint their essences in the distillate. Before being bottled, then, the whiskey undergoes a second filtration, again through maple charcoal, which releases the last olfactory, taste and chromatic notes.
The Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 is produced in the iconic Lynchburg distillery along the historic American Whiskey Trail. Created by master distiller Jeff Arnett, it is available in limited edition. Bring it with a slice of lemon and accompanied by some salted walnuts at a temperature of 18-20ºC, as an aperitif or as a digestive. Tasting it can be considered a luxury and a pleasure!
Description of Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27
Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27
- Colour: Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 has a warm burnished gold appearance.
- Aroma: The creamy and luxurious nose is rather soft and gentle, with notes of plum, rum and raisin, spice, tobacco, and walnuts.
- Taste: A gorgeously rich flavour ride of chocolate, creamed honey, malt, maple, oak, spice, and vanilla is somehow still refined and as smooth as silk into the long, warm finish.
PRODUCER: The Jack Daniel's Distillery of Lynchburg, Moore County, Tennessee is a subsidiary of Brown-Forman. Despite being the best-selling American whiskey on the planet, nearby residents have to cross county lines to buy it, since Moore is a ‘dry' county. Jack Daniels was the youngest of 10 children, and his grandparents were Welsh and Scottish immigrants to the US.
COUNTRY: United States
PRODUCTION DETAILS: The mash bill for Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 is the same as for Jack Daniel's No. 7, but there the similarities end. While both are mellowed through maple charcoal, then rest for at least two years in virgin American white oak barrels, Jack Daniel's Gold Nº 27 is maple-mellowed a second time after being recasked in hand-chosen charred maple barrels. This special treatment adds incredible and unique character to an already finely crafted tipple. Best enjoyed neat or on the rocks to truly appreciate its maple-kissed complexity.
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