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Jack Daniels Old No. 7 Tennessee Whisky Proof Premier 1980

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It’s what a whiskey experiences while inside the barrel and not simply how long it’s been there that gives it the rich color, character, and taste that we call mature. Mellowing our whiskey through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal, crafting our own barrels, and placement in the barrelhouse—each contributes to how our whiskey matures. Age by itself isn’t a reliable measure of a whiskey’s quality and character. Which is why our tasters tell us when the whiskey is ready. We judge its quality the same way you do – with a sip. Available for shipment or delivery in NY state only.<br/><br/><br/><br/>

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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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It’s what a whiskey experiences while inside the barrel and not simply how long it’s been there that gives it the rich color, character, and taste that we call mature. Mellowing our whiskey through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal, crafting our own barrels, and placement in the barrelhouse—each contributes to how our whiskey matures. Age by itself isn’t a reliable measure of a whiskey’s quality and character. Which is why our tasters tell us when the whiskey is ready. We judge its quality the same way you do – with a sip. Available for shipment or delivery in NY state only.<br/><br/><br/><br/>

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