Jack Daniels Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey
It was once a privilege reserved for Jack Daniel's Master Distiller. Exploring the nuances of whiskey from a single barrel. Today, connoisseurs around the world can savor this experience on their own. Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey, the world's first charcoal mellowed single barrel Tennessee Whiskey, allows whiskey aficionados to sample the work of individual barrels, comparing the subtle differences imbued by each barrel's unique oak wood and aging experience. What is it about one barrel that can so effortlessly create one unique flavor? Every barrel of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel absorbs its own personality and character from its charred White American Oak barrel and its special location in the warehouse. The full flavorful character and dark amber color of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel comes, in part, from aging the whiskey barrels in the upper floors of the warehouses where the spirit enjoys a more intense maturation. Though every bottle is charcoal mellowed and crafted by the Jack Daniel Distillery, each bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey yields a subtle taste difference, and bears a neckband with its rick, barrel number and individual bottling date. Jimmy Bedford, Jack Daniel's sixth Master Distiller, has been making whiskey a long time. An official taste-tester and the man who decides which barrels should become Jack Daniel's Single Barrel, he has a gift for detecting the subtle differences a barrel brings to his or her whiskey. When you try Jack Daniel's Single Barrel for the first time, note the barrel number. Try to detect the different nuances -- a strong caramel or vanilla presence, perhaps; or maybe the toasted oak flavor or fruit drawn from the barrel wood captures your tastebuds.