Jack Daniel's single Barrel is the equivalent of "single cask" Scottish malts. This delicate and elegant whiskey, of greater organoleptic complexity, comes from maturing in a single carefully toasted cask. This was chosen, among dozens, by the master taster for considering that it was going to transmit to the distillate a unique flavor of a soft and very aromatic character.
To achieve this result, unrepeatable from one barrel to another, during the maturation period the barrels remain in the upper floor of the distillery where the extreme temperature conditions cause a greater interaction between the wood and the distillate.
Each bottle of the American whiskey Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is marked with the number of your barrel, the lot number and the date of bottling.
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel tasting notes
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is a whisky of uncommon velvety softness, intense colors, smoky aromas and toasted cereal; Vanilla flavors, of caramelized oaks and of subtle and creamy toast.