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23
Dec

Review: Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey

jack daniels tennessee honey - CopyJack Daniels Tennessee Honey was introduced April 2011.  It was Jack Daniels first new product since 1995 and their first flavored whiskey.  It is made with Jack Daniels Old No. 7 as a base.  Old No. 7 is made with a grain mix of 80% yellow corn, 12% Barley, and 8% rye.  It is blended with cave spring water and yeast in a 40,000 gallon copper still where it ferments for up to six days.  It then mellows drop by drop through ten feet of hard sugar maple charcoal.  This process also filters out impurities and off notes.  It then rests in brand new charred oak barrels that are made with hand selected oak by employees of the distillery.  After one use these barrels are sold off, usually to distillers of scotch.  No artificial color or flavors are added.  Jack then naturally infuses a unique Honey liqueur made on premise before bottling Tennessee Honey at 70 proof. Read more »

26
Oct

Review: Jack Daniels Tennessee Fire

Jack daniels tennessee fire - CopyJack Daniels Tennessee Fire was just launched nationally.  After a successful test market in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, and Oregon it will now be available nationwide.  It starts with Original Jack Daniels Old No. 7.   Old No. 7 is made with a grain mix of 80% yellow corn, 12% barley and 8% rye.  It is blended with cave spring water and yeast in a 40,000 gallon copper still where it ferments for up to six days.   It then mellows drop by drop through ten feet of hard sugar maple charcoal.  This process also filters out impurities and off notes.  It then rests in brand new charred oak barrels that are made with hand selected oak by employees of the distillery.  After one use these barrels are sold off, usually to distillers of scotch.  No artificial color or flavors are added.  Jack then naturally infuses a proprietary red cinnamon liqueur before bottling Tennessee Fire at 70 proof. Read more »