Seven generations later, the whiskey is still filtered as Jack did back then.
The reason: Filtering gives it an exceptional mildness that has come to be expected from Jack Daniel's. Charcoal mellowing makes Jack Daniel's what it is: not a bourbon, but a Tennessee whiskey.
This process refines the full flavor of the whiskey, even before it is entirely aged in barrels, of Jack Daniel's own manufacture.
A laborious process that requires special attention and makes the production of the whiskey a little more expensive. However, any other process would not have met with Jack's approval.
The Tennesse Travelers series shows Jack's longing to discover the world.
Tasting notes:Color: Amber.
Nose: Balanced, sweet, notes of oak, and caramel.
Taste: Sweet, rich, notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak.
Finish: Long lasting, creamy.
Jack Daniel's the brand icon with cult status, has been produced since 1866 in America's oldest registered distillery. Jack Daniel's is enjoyed neat, on the rocks, or in a mix.