Jack Daniels Legacy#3 Tennessee Whiskey (700ml)

Jack Daniels Legacy#3 Tennessee Whiskey (700ml)

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Jack Daniels Legacy#3 Tennessee Whiskey, a special limited-edition bottle of Jack Daniel’s.

In the bottle, it’s Old No.7, but at 43% ABV, giving it more punch than the regular release.

Jack Daniels started its operations in Lynchburg; its smooth-sipping Tennessee whiskey has won numerous gold medals during its 150-year history.

Jack calls the family farm; he learns the art of whiskey making from the preacher and an enslaved man named Nathan “Nearest” Green.

Jack would later hire Nearest as the Jack Daniel Distillery’s head distiller, what we call the Master Distiller today.

There are four varieties of Jack Daniels, and even those can be varied with different proofs.

The original is Jack Daniel’s Old no. 7, but you also have Gentleman Jack, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel, and Tennessee Honey.

In addition, the mash for Jack Daniel’s is composed of 80% corn, 12% rye, and 8% malted barley and is distilled in copper stills.

 Furthermore, Jack Daniels Legacy#3 was then filtered through 10-foot (3.0 m) stacks of  Charcoal, maple, and sugar.

At present company refers to this filtering step as “mellowing.”

Above all, the grain illustration doesn’t depict the predominant ingredient.

Along with added mash bill, corn, but rather barley or rye, perhaps because of the elegant way that they surround

In conclusion, Jack’s trademark with laurels of a sort.

Country:                                                          USA                                                 
Brand: Jack Daniel's
Alcohol Volume: 40.0%
Size: 700mL
Age: NAS
Style: Tennessee Whiskey

This Product is offered and supplied by [The Beverage Angels Pty Ltd], [Liquor Licence No. 36163563]. Please note, this product cannot be delivered to Dry Zones.
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