What's in a name? Gentleman Jack whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Gentleman Jack whisky, rather than whiskey.
Switched from Scotch single malts to bourbon a few years back Gentleman Jack and Tenessee Honey both do it for me. GJ is the perfect 'drink it neat' sipping whiskey and TH is a great bourbon for drinking neat, over ice or with a mixer over ice to make a long cooling drink.
27th June 2014
This smells lovely (better than No 7 even) but the taste is just a wall of burnt wood and shoe leather marinated in Old Spice. I dig some folks (smokers presumably) need or want epic in your face stuff like this to drink but the rest of us should probably just pick up a bottle Beam White Label for half the price (literally) and enjoy 2 fingers on the rocks. Its so much nicer. To describe this as complex would be laughable, but compared to even Beam's cheapest bottling, which is in itself not very complex, Gentleman Jack is hugely disappointing. Now to be kind: I found GJ was actually more enjoyable than some cheaper blended malts like Grant's and Chivas 12. But given the price that's hardly a win. 2 stars from me. Don't buy this. Buy a decent Bourbon, there are dozens in this price range!
25th June 2014
I love coke and wanted something to mix with it. After several failed attempts of trying Jagger, Kesslers, crown, and regular Jack. ...I decided to give gentleman a try and the results. ...love! ! Makes for a terrific smooth drink :)
31st March 2014
nothing like gentleman jack. I agree it's smoother than black label. I also drink some scotch offerings but I have to say this is a pleasure to drink and reminds me of home in the Southern United States. Highly recommended for someone starting to explore whiskey.
11th March 2014
Had a taste of this bourbon a few months back with some friends on a night out and decided to get a bottle.
When I tasted the first glass of my new bottle it tasted very different than the one I tasted the first time, It was less sweet, the caramel seemed almost absent, and it felt much stronger in alcohol%.
Left it it open a few times and after a while it changed completely, very much like the first time I tasted it.
26th February 2014
This is a bit weak for my taste - tried the first few on ice. Finally went neat with it and the experience is much better.
15th January 2014
This really is great to sip. Super smooth and well worth the money. I am a regular $150-$200 Scotch drinker but this is an easy, cheap & cheerful drink. Much better value than the Single Barrel and worth the extra $$ over the black label.
21st August 2013
Quite remarkable, very smooth and distinct flavour due to the double charcoal mellow process.
My favorite American whiskey by far. Also love the bottle, but thats secondary ;)
19th May 2013
SMOOTH. TRY IT ON THE ROCKS.AN UPGRADE FROM JACK DANIELS.
AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.
17th April 2013
Love GJ, neatly drunk!
Seriously though. Great to have neat, very smooth.
Gentleman Jack is my drink of choice!
I'm Australian and I love gentleman Jack!
There I said it. GJ all the way
7th November 2012
Simply delicious. I thoroughly enjoyed drinking this.
14th August 2012
One of the most delicious drinks I have ever had the pleasure to experience. I don't consider myself an expert on these things but there is a definite banana thing going on here, especially on the nose. As always in my opinion, drink straight.
19th July 2012
i hve at my house a bell bottle that is 1972yrs black jack
7th July 2012
I have not developed the palate of tis site's official reviewer but this is an easy whiskey to appreciate. Obvious vanilla and maple syrup make it my preferred "dessert."
15th May 2012
True sipping whiskey has a beautiful smooth finish don't judge it by the cheap Jack Daniels offerings this is worth the extra expense.
25th September 2011
Very smooth a very nice drink