There’s a strong argument to be made for Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 being the most recognisable whiskey on the face of the earth, and you don’t get that kind of recognition without good reason.
Made to a recipe dating back more than a century, painstakingly filtered through maple charcoal for purity and flavour, and then matured in charred oak barrels, the classic JD’s sweet and oaky flavour has inspired generations of drinkers to enjoy whiskey.
NOSE Brown sugar syrup, sour raisins, wood polish, resin, green leaves, hints of wood glue.
PALATE Sweet, with light body and mouth-feel. Dutch chocolate strands on toast, orange touches, perfumed wood, cinnamon.
FINISH Terry’s Chocolate orange, more wood polish and some lingering char.