Jack Daniel's Centennial 1904 Gold Medal Replica Tennessee Whiskey
*please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.

Jack Daniel's

Centennial 1904 Gold Medal Replica Tennessee Whiskey (1.75l, 43%*) *please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary

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In 1904, a famous international exposition was held in St. Louis, visited by almost 20 million people who came to see exhibitions by over 60 countries. For Whiskey nuts, the colossal palaces or the violent bullfight weren’t the biggest surprises of the fair—no, what blew them out of their fancy waistcoats was Jack Daniel winning the Gold Medal for ‘Best Whiskey.’

To commemorate the historic victory that surprised everyone except Tennesseans, JD created the first celebratory decanter in 1971, offering Whiskey connoisseurs a unique collectible. This very bottle was released in 2004, precisely a hundred years after the O.G. Whiskey enchanted the judges in St. Louis. Frankly, we wouldn’t dare open it, but we’ll understand if you do.

 


*This bottle is a collector’s item; we will not be able to entertain any refunds or exchanges.

**Individual orders are limited to one item per person, as we wish to give everyone the opportunity to participate.

***Any kind of transit damage is insured and will be reimbursed.
 

*please note that the ABV of this bottle may vary California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.
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Frank Sinatra was introduced to Jack Daniel’s by Jackie Gleeson, when Frank was looking for a “man’s drink.” He called it “The nectar of the Gods Baby” and is still closely associated with the brand to this day.
“Old No. 7” appears on every bottle of Jack Daniel’s Whiskey and refers to his original federal distiller’s registration number — “No. 7.” But when the government redistricted the area, they assigned him a new one — "No. 16." Jack liked the old number, so he used “Old No. 7” to differentiate from the “New No. 7.”
Jack Daniel’s Distillery is located in Moore County, Tennessee. But Moore County is a ”dry” county, which means that alcohol is illegal to sell retail. You can make it there and you can drink it there, but you cannot buy it.
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Frank Sinatra was introduced to Jack Daniel’s by Jackie Gleeson, when Frank was looking for a “man’s drink.” He called it “The nectar of the Gods Baby” and is still closely associated with the brand to this day.
“Old No. 7” appears on every bottle of Jack Daniel’s Whiskey and refers to his original federal distiller’s registration number — “No. 7.” But when the government redistricted the area, they assigned him a new one — "No. 16." Jack liked the old number, so he used “Old No. 7” to differentiate from the “New No. 7.”
Jack Daniel’s Distillery is located in Moore County, Tennessee. But Moore County is a ”dry” county, which means that alcohol is illegal to sell retail. You can make it there and you can drink it there, but you cannot buy it.
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