A unique specimen from Lynchburg - the Tennessee Whiskey with the strongest aroma comes from the upper floors of the warehouses. There it is most exposed to the seasonal temperature fluctuations and works most intensively in its barrel. During its maturation, a varying amount of the whiskey evaporates - a phenomenon called "Angel's Share." The exact number of bottles from a Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is only known after bottling - on average there are 240. When Master Distiller Jeff Arnett and his tasting team select the Jack Daniel's Single Barrels, they are guided by their sense for strong personalities - less than every hundredth barrel makes it into their selection. Through location, aging time, and the individuality of the wood, each barrel develops its uniqueness. From the soft amber red to the smoky aroma to the subtle caramel and vanilla notes - each of these casks gives Jack Daniel's Single Barrel its own distinctive character. Awards: - SILVER San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2021 - DOUBLE GOLD San Francisco World Spirits Competition 2020 Tasting notes:Intense caramel scent combined with a delicate vanilla aroma, spicy taste of oak with a particularly fruity flower. Is bottled by hand, always one barrel after the other; never whisky is mixed from several barrels.