Gentleman Jack Whiskey 2006

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Gentleman Jack's smooth character is a result of Mr. Jack's dedication to the old-time charcoal-mellowing method. Unlike any whiskey in the world, Gentleman Jack is charcoal-mellowed twice - once before it's aged in those charred white oak barrels, and once again four years later before it's bottled. It receives what the whiskey tasters here in the Jack Daniel's Hollow call "a double blessing" from the charcoal mellowing process. We think you'll agree the whiskey that emerges from the second charcoal mellowing is one whose refined character and elegant finish make it worthy to be called a Gentleman.

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Jack Daniels Distillery:
Jack Daniels is the world’s most popular brand of Tennessee sour mash Whiskey. The self-named distillery was officially licensed in 1866, making it the oldest registered distillery in the US. The signature release with the black label, also referred to as “Old No. 7” was originally bottled at 90 proof, “...the way our fathers made it.” However, it has been reduce... Read more
Jack Daniels is the world’s most popular brand of Tennessee sour mash Whiskey. The self-named distillery was officially licensed in 1866, making it the oldest registered distillery in the US. The signature release with the black label, also referred to as “Old No. 7” was originally bottled at 90 proof, “...the way our fathers made it.” However, it has been reduced since 2004 to 80 proof, supposedly in keeping with popular market preference. Following fermentation, the whiskey is filtered through sugar maple charcoal, before aging in oak barrels. This delivers the charcoal flavors for which it is known. This process also differentiates it from straight bourbon, which does not allow for charcoal filtration. Jack Daniels is therefore a Tennessee Whiskey and not to be confused with Bourbon.  Read less

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12/20/2010

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Source: CityWineCellar.com
10/15/2009

According to Wine Enthusiast: "The opening inhalations offer succulent scents of fresh flowers, new oak, light caramel and butter...Palate entry is seamless, off-dry and slightly nutty/oaky; at midpalate the taste veers to the fruity/grainy side of the flavor spectrum."



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Gentleman Jack's smooth character is a result of Mr. Jack's dedication to the old-time charcoal-mellowing method. Unlike any whiskey in the world, Gentleman Jack is charcoal-mellowed twice - once before it's aged in those charred white oak barrels, and once again four years later before it's bottled. It receives what the whiskey tasters here in the Jack Daniel's Hollow call "a double blessing" from the charcoal mellowing process. We think you'll agree the whiskey that emerges from the second charcoal mellowing is one whose refined character and elegant finish make it worthy to be called a Gentleman.

Dietary Information: Kosher


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