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Picking out the perfect barrel for Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is a very selective process for Master Distiller Jeff Arnett and his team of tasters. Only 1 barrel out of Jack Daniel's 100 best blends gets chosen to end up as Jack Daniel's Single Barrel . So if you really enjoy the pure taste of whiskey to relax at the end of a long day, this might be the drink of your choice. Although each barrel will taste different, this blend will never disappoint you.
Description of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select
- Colour: Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select is a rich, dark amber.
- Aroma: Scents of cherry, corn, nuttiness, smoke, spice, toasty oak, toffee, and vanilla.
- Taste: Subtle notes of caramel, cigar box, and spice with bright fruit and an echo of aniseed make this a complex and tasty mouthful. Citrus and sweetness to finish.
PRODUCER: Jack Daniel Distillery, owned and operated in Lynchburg, Tennessee by the Brown-Forman Corporation since 1956. Jack Daniel himself is believed to have been born in around 1850. Daniel was taken in as a teenager by a local lay preacher and moonshine distiller who, together with his Master Distiller Nathan "Nearest" Green, an enslaved then emancipated African-American man, taught Daniel his trade.
COUNTRY: United States
PRODUCTION DETAILS: The limestone spring water used is drawn from a two-mile deep cave. The distiller crafts its own charcoal for mellowing, allowing the whiskey to slowly drip through 10 feet of that hard sugar maple charcoal to enhance smoothness. The company makes its own barrels so they are just right and fit for purpose. Age is not always the best measure of maturity, so the barrel itself and its location are also factored into decisions as to the length of aging. Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select is selected from a single barrel by the Master Distiller with regard to its suitability as a standalone product prior to bottling.
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Jack Daniel's is an American Tennessee whiskey distillery, famous for its square bottles and black label.More about the Winery