The Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897 was enforced so that spirits, such as whiskey, were to be aged and bottled in line with a set of legal regulations, in order to guarantee authenticity and quality at a time where unsafe, randomly blended whiskey was commonly sold. Jack Daniel’s christened their new Tennessee whiskey with the name of that act as a testament to always delivering quality fire water that hits the spot just right.
Jack Daniel’s new whiskey uses a recipe that’s 120 years old, bringing us a unique flavor that has stood the test of time. This bottle serves as a reminder that Jack Daniel’s has always been committed to giving us quality whiskey from the very beginning, even before the Bottled-in-Bond Act was passed. Delivering us whiskey that’s always full of flavor, their Bottled-in-Bond exclusive has an aroma of caramel mixed with mild hints of banana, vanilla and toasted oak flavors. Bottled at 100 proof, this smooth whiskey is only available at airports.