Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is the equivalent of Scottish single cask malts. This delicate and elegant whiskey, with a greater organoleptic complexity, comes from maturation in a single carefully toasted barrel. This was chosen, out of dozens, by the master taster because he considered that it would transmit to the distillate a unique flavor with a smooth and highly aromatic character.
To achieve this result, unrepeatable from one barrel to another, during the maturation period the barrels remain on the upper floor of the distillery where the extreme temperature conditions cause a greater interaction between the wood and the distillate.
Each bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel American Whiskey is marked with its barrel number, batch number and bottling date.
TASTING NOTES OF JACK DANIEL'S SINGLE BARREL
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is a whiskey with an uncommon velvety smoothness, intense colors, smoky aromas and toasted cereal; vanilla flavors, caramelized oak and subtle creamy toast.