Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond Whiskey

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Jack Daniel’s is synonymous with quality, smooth-drinking whiskey that hits you like a hot kiss from the first shot you pour to the last drop in the signature, squared bottle.  This is due to a rare dedication to providing consumers with consistently superior products that dates back to 1895, when old Jack himself set standards to ensure that every single bottle sold delivered the quality patrons expected and deserved.

It wasn’t long before the government followed in Jack’s footsteps and passed the Bottled-in-Bond Act of 1897, creating legal parameters for quality in American-made distilled beverages.  Labels bearing the Bottled-in-Bond designation were proof that the contents had been distilled at a single distillery during a single distilling season, that spirits were aged four years, and that the beverage was bottled at 100 proof.  Jack Daniel’s Whiskey was among the first to earn the prestigious Bottled-in-Bond label, a distinction the company enjoys to this day.

The bold, 100-proof Bottled-In-Bond Whiskey has a distinct aroma of caramel with mild hints of banana and balanced caramel, vanilla and toasted oak flavors with a full-bodied mouth feel leaving a creamy, warm finish. Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond hits shelves later this summer in major airports around the world. – Learn More

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