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Jack Daniel Bottled In Bond, 1x1Litre

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Information and statements about products are not intended to be used to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease or health condition. Adding to that resume of fan favorite formats, today we’ll be considering a Jack presented with the Bottled-in-Bond designation. I found a good diversity of aromas on the nose, though I will grant that the palate is a bit more straightforward.

Jack Daniel’s Bonded to wszystko, czego kiedykolwiek chciałeś ze standardowej whiskey Jack Daniel’s Tennessee, bez zmiany jej zbyt drastycznie.Although it is only sold at select locations, this bottle was advertised as a “permanent line extension in the Jack Daniel’s Family of Brands. Jack' is in fact one Jasper Newton Daniel who learnt the art of making whiskey from none other than a Preacher. There’s a sprinkling of assorted herbs, a vague woodiness, and a drying stoniness that puckers the mouth long after the final swallow.

It is produced in Lynchburg, Tennessee, by the Jack Daniel Distillery, which has been owned by the Brown-Forman Corporation since 1956. The iconic Jack Daniel's flavour is largely down to the barrels used during the distillation process. There’s the hallmark Jack Daniel’s banana note (in the form of banana cream pie), but also some very ripe Bing cherry notes. Jack Daniel’s Bonded is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, which must be distilled by a single distiller during a single distillation season, matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof. It is at least four years old, was distilled during one distilling season, and is bottled at exactly 100 proof.Here at House of Malt, we have a variety of types available, including honey, apple, and single barrel Jack Daniel's.

This bonded rye differentiates itself from the classic Jack Daniel’s profile while providing just enough of the classic rye character to make it feel like a natural progression for Jack Daniel’s portfolio. The nose is fantastic, the mouthfeel is excellent, and the finish provides just enough spice to tie it all together. The brand Jack Daniel's has been created with the conviction that quality will be a guarantee of success. Since I marveled at the ubiquity of the brand, I’ve noticed Jack getting both plaudits from high-profile whiskey tastemakers as well as grassroots support from Jane and John Bourbonfan. The High Angel’s Share Barrel bottle was named for the higher than normal evaporation (or angel’s share) that occurred during the aging process.

Fermented using their own house yeast, and aged in their own barrels, coopered in house to their specifications. So one pour less in the bottle, but they don’t need to make one size for in the US and one size for outside the US.

It’s a big, bold Tennessee Whiskey at 100 proof with layered notes of caramel, rich oak, and spice giving way to a pleasantly lingering finish. Jack Daniel's Bonded is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, meaning that it was distilled by a single distiller, during a single season, matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least four years and bottled at 100 proof. uk accepts no liability for inaccuracies or misstatements about products by manufacturers or other third parties.This turns austere, with the cherry note taking on a mineralic cast as the whiskey approaches the finish. Thus, the arrival of a new Bottled-in-Bond expression from an established distillery with generally good vibes ought to be cheered by the American whiskey drinking public… that is, if it is any good. Then comes a splash of toffee, vanilla, and candied cherry to help fill an unexpectedly vibrant and robust nose. The company knows that the barrel itself contributes an important element of flavour to the whiskey, and still makes its own barrels to this day to protect the flavour of the drink.

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