Jack Daniels Whiskey 70cl 40% (image 1)
Jack Daniels Whiskey 70cl 40% (image 1)

Jack Daniels Whiskey 70cl 40%

By JACK DANIELS

This rare, sippin' whiskey is made at the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, using pure cave spring water and a unique mellowing process perfected by Jack Daniel in 1866.

The distinctively pleasing flavour is the reason they'll always stay faithful to the slow, time-honoured methods their founder insisted upon.

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Jack Daniel's, is not considered a bourbon because it is charcoal-mellowed -- slowly, drop by drop, filtered through sugar-maple charcoal -- prior to aging, which many experts say gives it a different character. The process, called the Lincoln County Process, infuses a sweet and sooty character into the distillate as it removes impurities. But up to and after the charcoal filtering, the Jack Daniel's production is much the same as any other Bourbon. Jack Daniel's and George Dickel are two fine Tennessee Whiskeys though neither can be called bourbon. Tennessee whiskey is similar to bourbon but is different in that it is filtered through maple charcoal in large wooden vats prior to aging.

More Notes ...

In a Whisky you get the flavour of the cask, the water, and the area i.e Isla = a peaty whisky. 

Bourbon is sweeter, and not as pure in flavour. Jack Daniel's is an excellent Tennessee whiskey that tastes very much like a bourbon although it is not one. It is excellent neat, on the rocks or in a "Jack and Coke." Personally I like it neat without any ice.

What is Sour Mash Whisky ...

Bourbon or Tennessee whiskey made using at least 25 per cent backset; soured yeast mash; a fermentation period of at least 72 hours.

What is Backset ...

In North American whisk(e)ys, alcohol-free liquid left at the bottom of the still after distillation is added to the mash tub and fermenter to ward off bacterial contamination.


 



 

 

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