Jack Daniels - Single Barrel

Decanter Style Bottle
Jack Daniels - Single Barrel

70cl Bottle £44.10
Next in stock 28th Dec 2022

Trade pricing and quantity discounts available.

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  • DistilleryJack Daniels

Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Tennessee Whiskey, the world's first charcoal mellowed whiskey to be bottled by the barrel was first introduced in February 1997. It allows whiskey aficionados to sample the work of individual barrels, comparing the subtle difference imbued by the new American white oak barrels and the intense maturation process.

Each barrel of whiskey is sampled as it comes of age by their current master distiller (and his tasting panel), they then set a few aside. These barrels are the ones with the smoothest taste and the most intense flavour of varying degrees of toasted oak, caramel and vanilla. The few destined for something special - to be sold, one barrel at a time to our most discriminating customers.

Jack Daniel's Single Barrel is always found in the upper most parts of the barrelhouse - they like to call this the 'Penthouse'. Because every barrel is different and in various locations in the barrelhouses no two barrels are the same.

Each decanter style bottle of Jack Daniel's Single Barrel proudly carries details of the rick number, barrel number and bottling date, communicating that each bottle is completely unique.

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Kostas Alexiou 2011-09-06 12:48:42

I bought a bottle of 2009 Single Barrel from Jack Daniels Distillery. Full taste, stronger than no7, long finish, amazing smell. Give the money, you won\'t regret it.

Christopher David 2008-11-02 11:51:12

A much smoother drink than Old No. 7. Not as heavy a drink as its black labelled brother yet with a richer and more complex flavour. It contains all of the same tastes as Old No.7 but toned down with the addition of more nutty and vanilla tones. An easily drinkable whiskey.

Jack Savill 2007-01-05 16:52:19

This whiskey is incomparable to its cheaper brother, Old No7. Although every barrel has subtle differences in flavour, on the whole this is fruitier, smoother and, at the 'proper' ABV of 45%, stronger than Old No7. Its a great buy if you like to drink neat or with ice, but if you like to assault your bourbons with coke stick to something cheaper.

Hannah Seaton 2006-12-09 16:23:52

I bought a bottle of this for my boyfriend. He was DELIGHTED! Delivery was fast and it was all pretty much simple! Thanks!

chris 2006-04-30 11:43:05

got a bottle while on holiday, as soon as i got through the door back home i was enjoying a glass, never drink another whiskey again, perfect