Seven generations later, the whiskey is still filtered the same way 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 fully 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, caramel, and vanilla.
Taste: Sweet, rich, notes of caramel, vanilla, and toasted oak.
Finish: Long lasting, creamy.
Jack Daniel's iconic brand 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.