Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire Whiskey
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  • sweet
  • cinnamon
  • cherry
  • oak
  • spicy
  • fruit
  • rich
  • smooth

Jack Daniel's

Tennessee Fire Whiskey (0.75l, 35%)

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A tasty twist on a bold classic.

Jack Daniel’s is the largest producer of American Whiskey in the world bar none, reaching more than 11 million cases. Based in the Moore County town of Lynchburg, Tennessee, Jack Daniel’s has been owned by Brown-Forman since 1956. Interestingly, Moore County is “dry,” meaning that the sale of alcohol is strictly prohibited, so all of those workers making all of that wonderful Whiskey can’t buy it in their hometown. That just seems horribly cruel… like prohibiting a baker from eating cookies, or insisting that a cobbler wear no shoes.

Jack Daniel’s makes Tennessee Whiskey. If you take all of the rules that you must follow to call your beverage “Straight Bourbon Whiskey” and add both a unique charcoal filtering process prior to aging (the Lincoln County Process) and the requirement that your product is 100% made in the State of Tennessee, then you have Tennessee Whiskey. And yes, it makes a difference.

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire is proof that sometimes mixing fire and Whiskey is a good thing. At least if it means blending warm cinnamon Liqueur with the bold character of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7, that is. The result is a wonderfully classic Spirit with a surprisingly smooth finish. The good guys over at Jack Daniel’s suggest you enjoy this one as a chilled shot with your friends - you know, when it’s time to turn things up.

California residents: Click here for Proposition 65 WARNING.

Appearance / Color
Bright gold

Nose / Aroma / Smell
Sweet with cinnamon, cherry, vanilla, and oak.

Flavor / Taste / Palate
Sweet notes fade into cinnamon flavors.

Finish
Medium-long

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  • sweet
  • cinnamon
  • cherry
  • oak
  • spicy
  • fruit
  • rich
  • smooth
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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.
Dog Dogson's Smartass corner
Character Dogson
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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