Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack is the only whisky in the world that finishes his maturity the same way he started it: filtered by maple charcoal. It is passed by about three meters of maple charcoal, but in this case does not pass a single time, but it does for a second. With this usual procedure of the distillery of Lynchburg is achieved to soften the distillate in a very notorious way before beginning the maturation in barrels of American oak, Gentleman Jack passes from again by the sieve of charcoal vegetable once it has reached the maturity In barrel
Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack tasting note
Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack is a dark amber color. On the nose dulzonas notes of brown sugar accompanied by a good smoky and toasted, all in very good harmony.
In the mouth you feel warmth and softness of almibaradas notes, you can sense some hot spices and nuances of licorice. The persistent finish leaves us with citric sensations with nuances of cinnamon, leaving a subtle and dry aftertaste of caramelized sugar.