Jack Daniel’s Bottled-In-Bond Whiskey

Aug 6, 2018

Category: Vices

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.

Purchase: $38

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