An iconic bottle for the best selling whiskey in the world
The mythic No. 7 from Jack Daniels Distillery undergoes filtration on a charcoal bed before being transfered into barrels and aged. This unique process gives it a sweet and round taste that is inimitable! THE original version of Jack since 1866! Go to characteristics
Round and balanced, with caramelized aromas of vanilla and wood, underlined by a light fruity taste
"It's not scotch, it's not Bourbon, it's Jack" With its formal establishment in 1866, Jack Daniels Distillery is the oldest in the United States. Jack Daniel left his family home at a young age and was hosted by his neighbor, Dan Call, a pastor and distiller. He taught him the long and tedious process of making whiskey. Thanks to his experience, Jack Daniel presented the Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 in 1904 at the international competition of whiskey and was awarded the gold medal! A legend was born: that of whiskey filtered through maple charcoal. Today its 74 aging cellars, and 1.6 million barrels of Jack Daniels, make it a major distillery of international fame! Discover a range that is full of character, of which each bottle tells its own story.