Jack Daniel’s 150th Anniversary Whiskey

Sep 6, 2016

Category: Vices

It’s hard to believe the Jack Daniel Distillery turned 150 years old the year. Not only is this number a testament to Jack’s success over the years, but also living proof of America’s love for whiskey. And since sesquicentennial anniversaries are of course a big deal, it seemed quite appropriate that Jack Daniel Distillery celebrates the monumental year the only way they know how, with quality whiskey.

For a limited time, Jack Daniel’s will be offering this special ode to their accomplishment, their 150th Anniversary Tennessee Whiskey, which brings together nothing but the best of their coopers’ and distillers’ art. It’s barreled and bottled at 100 proof, yielding an ABV of 50% -quite intentional we may add- and boasts a delicious and complex flavor profile that’s unlike anything they’ve released in the past. We for one are quite excited to get out hands on a bottle, though there’s little word on pricing at the moment. [Purchase]

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