Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey (1.75 L)
About this item
- Crafted in Tennessee
- American's oldest distillery
- Charcoal-mellowed for smoothness
- 40% ABV
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Get an authentic taste of Tennessee with Jack Daniel's® Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey (1.75 L). Jack Daniel's No. 7 is the best selling whiskey in the world, and for good reason. It is carefully distilled each and every day to impart that signature sweetness accompanied by a mellow smoothness that only Jack Daniel's can deliver. Whether you are stocking your bar at home or just need a bottle of something everyone can enjoy, reach for Jack Daniel's Old No. 7.
What Is Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Made With?
Every batch of Jack Daniel's No. 7 starts with the best rye, corn and barley malt available. These are the base of the whiskey and give it the signature taste that is instantly recognizable. These are mixed with iron-free spring water that is drawn from Cave Spring, a natural fount found on the distillery grounds. The next part of the distilling process might be the most important. Jack Daniel's No. 7 is distilled through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal.
What Is Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Aged In?
While some whiskey companies purchase their barrels, Jack Daniel's makes theirs. Each white oak barrel is carefully constructed specifically for the job of aging whiskey. Whiskey barrels are, in essence, the last ingredient of whiskey. As the whiskey sits in the barrel through the seasons, the wood flavor is drawn into the whiskey, imparting a richness and unique flavor that can't be achieved by anything but time.
Is Jack Daniel's Whiskey A Good Mixer?
The beautiful thing about Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 is it is just as good on its own as it is as part of a cocktail. There are literally hundreds, if not thousands, of cocktails that use Jack Daniel's whiskey as an ingredient. For a quick drink, Jack Daniel's whiskey pairs nicely with any dark soda. Of course, purists can still drink it on the rocks as well.