Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey

(0.7l, 40%)


6.4/10
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The most famous American Whiskey in the world deserves a place of honor in your bar.

For hundreds of millions of people around the world, Jack Daniel’s IS American Whiskey. And it all started when young Jasper Newton "Jack" Daniel ran away from home at a young age — let’s just "family issue" to save space here. He was taken in a few counties away by Dan Call — a farmer, preacher, and moonshiner. Nathan Greene was a former slave working the stills for Call, and Jack earned his keep by assisting Nathan. After a few years, Jack finally received a small inheritance from his father’s estate and when Call decided to stop moonshining for religious reasons, Jack built his first legal distillery and hired Nathan as his first master distiller.

Jack Daniel’s has been owned by Brown-Forman since 1956. It is the #1 selling American Whiskey in the world, selling more than sixteen million cases a year, 12.5 million of those cases are the signature "Old No. 7" Tennessee Whiskey.

Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey is the stuff of legends. But let’s start with the facts and figures. It’s made from a mash bill of 80% corn, 12% barley, and 8% rye and natural limestone spring water found in a grotto on site. It utilizes "sour mash" to jump-start fermentation for six days. It’s distilled and then slow filtered through ten feet of maplewood charcoal before being aged a minimum of four years in custom barrels made on site and bottled at 40% ABV.

Smartass Corner #1:
The "Old No. 7" refers to the distilling license number. Jack Daniel’s was the seventh official license to distill. He was "No. 7 in district 4." The redrew, the district lines and the registration number changed, but the iconic "No. 7" stuck with the brand.

Smartass Corner #2:
Jackie Gleeson famously introduced Frank Sinatra to Jack Daniel’s as "a man’s drink." Frank proclaimed it "Nectar of the Gods, Baby!" It was so closely associated with him that a bottle of Old No. 7 is buried with him.

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banana
vanilla
bread
red apple
pecan
oak
spicy
mint
fruit
What does Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey taste like?

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Bourbon rules refer to manufacturing methods rather than location. Bourbon must be matured in new and charred American white oak casks for at least 2 years. If the bottle has no age statement, the Bourbon is at least 4 years old. No coloring or flavoring of any type is allowed, and the mash bill must contain at least 51% corn.

Tasting Notes

Appearance / Color
Crystal Maple

Nose / Aroma / Smell
We are always surprised at how the aroma of Old No. 7 opens with a roasted banana note followed by Cracker Jacks, vanilla, and sourdough bread.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
The palate builds up from the aromas with bananas foster, red apple, sweet cornbread, toasted pecan, and charred oak.

Finish
The finish is medium-length with a kick of spice, menthol, and exotic fruit.
Ratings & Reviews
Thomas
Thomas,
This is my starting point. I Love Jack but I'm looking forward to trying others to see if they can take over my fav.
 
Thomas
Thomas,
This is my go to.
 
Eric
Eric,
Jack and Ginger, Jack and cola, Jack and Sprite, Straight up or over ice. I go through a lot of this all year long.
 
Michael
Michael,
I give this a five star rating, because it's really just average. There are so many good whiskeys out there. BUT... this is Jack Daniel's Old No. 7. Come on. It's classic. It's affordable. It's available. It' s every American kids intro to whiskey. And you can always go back to it. I remember a time when that was my first order at the bar... A shot of Jack and a Budweiser. My palate has since matured, but every once in a while, like after doing yard work, it hits the spot.
 
Jon
Jon,
Not bad, but no Uncle Nearest
 
Michael
Michael,
An old stand by. Drank Jack Old #7 as a punk kid before turning 21 back in the day then continued to drink it thru out my adulthood neat, on the rocks and with Coke. My tastes have changed and I've discovered new and exciting whiskeys but like an old pair of comfy slippers it's nice to grab an old friend and take a trip down memory lane.
Michael
Michael,
that's gold man. I concur
Sarah
Sarah,
Good for mixing in Coke
 
Megan
Megan,
Taste great with coke
 
guest
guest,
23.2
 
Michael
Michael,
This is a great go-to whiskey at a great value... I have enjoyed it for decades and continue to have it from time to time. My favorite is simply Jack and Sprite... very refreshing in the summer. I enjoyed my visit to their distillery and recommend taking one of the tours. And last I checked, Jack Daniels is still the best selling whiskey in the world. When you consider it was one of Frank Sinatra's go-to drinks, as time has gone on it has become even more popular.
 
Rob
Rob,
This used to be personal favorite. After trying other whiskeys it has fallen easy down my list. It is still a good mixing whiskey but, straight it falls flat. But you usually get a crowd to drink it.
 
Spencer
Spencer,
It gets the job done.
 
Michael
Michael,
Strictly used for cooking. or if my brother-in-law comes by. "Jack and Coke" .OMG! WTF!
 
Tim
Tim,
Not real smooth
 
Matthew
Matthew,
Classic, really enjoy how simple and easy it is to get it. Delicious and of course you can get it for cheap.
 
Brian
Brian,
The standard for bourbon
 
Christopher
Christopher,
Love it! Smooth and delicious.
 
Tyrone
Tyrone,
Jack Daniels whiskey is a great liquor to drink!
 
Aaron
Aaron,
Go to - Always good
 
Joe
Joe,
Mixer. Nothing special.
 
Brian
Brian,
Good for mixing and cooking. Not my favorite sip.
 
Kurt
Kurt,
Harsh going down
 
Josh
Josh,
A staple and my go to even if it gets a lot of flack. I still love the stuff.
 
Andrei
Andrei,
Too harsh, not a smooth finish.
 
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