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Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey*Packaging may vary

Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey

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Whiskey /40% ABV / Tennessee, United States

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American Whiskey
Tennessee, United States

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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is the world's best selling whiskey, with every drop distilled at the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, America's oldest registered distillery, established in 1866. Made from the finest corn, rye, and barley malt these choice grains are mixed with the iron-free water that flows from the Cave Spring found on the distillery grounds. From there Jack Daniel's is charcoal mellowed drop by drop through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal which imparts our distinct smoothness. Finally, Jack Daniel's is matured in handcrafted white oak barrels of our own making.

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  • Sandy
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    Terrible service! Never purchasing from this app again. The guy brought me someone else’s order. He brought Even Williams instead of Jack Daniel’s. Seriously don’t waste your time! I could not get a refund either after reaching out to customer service which was useless. If I could give negative stars I would.

  • Blake
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    Verified Buyer

    Didn’t get my bottle… guy called me and said he would be here in 30 mins with a bottle of wine too and still didn’t come… lost my money… what a joke

  • Michelle
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    Verified Buyer

    See Fireball Cinnamon Whisky review. 10 STARS if that were possible!

  • David
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    Verified Buyer

    Listen, it's Jack. Why do I need to say more?

  • James

    Old Tennis Shoes ain’t nothing new

  • Lakeshia
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  • Doc

    Cannery Row - Old Tennis Shoes from Lee Chong's Grocery

  • Nicholas LaCour.
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    Verified Buyer

    Was out of. Stock and a no brand bottles substituted.

  • Patrick
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    I didnt get it

  • Philip Sandler.
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    Verified Buyer

    The driver called. However, he went to the cafeteria in the park and not the boat dock where I told him to deliver the order.



Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is a fixture at any bar or home liquor cabinet, and each bottle has the same curious design at the black label’s center: a white circle with Old No. 7 written in an old-timey font. The story behind the Old No. 7 designation is one of the most popular details on the Jack Daniel’s distillery tour because there’s much debate about the truth. One historian believes the No. 7 is a nod to the original tax system once used to regulate distillers; the law dictated that distillers labeled every bottle with their registration number, and it just so happens that the original tax district number for the Jack Daniel’s distillery was lucky number 7.
The history of Jack Daniels begins in the mid-19th century. In 1864, a man named Jasper “Jack” Newton Daniel met Nearest Green, an enslaved man who taught Jack how to make whiskey. The original recipe is more than 150 years old. Within two years, Jack opened his first official distillery (and the first in the United States), and soon after, he purchased the now-famous land around Cave Spring Hollow in Lynchburg, Tennessee (for just over $2,000). While there are several different Jack Daniel’s expressions available today, the Old No. 7 stays true to its award-winning recipe and artisanal process.
You’ve undoubtedly heard the old saying: “if it looks like a duck, swims like a duck, yada yada, then it probably is a duck.” Well, just because Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 tastes like a bourbon, smells like a bourbon, and technically meets all the legal requirements of a bourbon, Jack Daniel’s advocates insist that their product is not, in fact, bourbon. When Prohibition was repealed in the 1930s, the federal government insisted on new rules that required distillers to classify their products according to a strict set of guidelines. Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 technically should have fallen into the bourbon category. However, the Jack Daniel’s brand fought back against the regulators, insisting that its product was fundamentally different and deserved its own classification — Tennessee whiskey.
Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 is an iconic brand, so it’s a pretty safe gift for anyone who loves whiskey or other nostalgic American spirits. While there are plenty of JD products that you could choose for the whiskey lover in your life, the Old No. 7 is probably your best overall purchase. At roughly $30 for a 750mL, you’re getting an artisanal liquor without breaking the bank. Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 is slowly filtered through maple charcoal and aged in curated barrels — the resulting product is smooth and tasty, ideal for serving on the rocks and sharing with friends.
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