What's in a name? Jack Daniel's Single Barrel whiskey is called whiskey because it's produced in America. Were it from Scotland it would be spelled Jack Daniel's Single Barrel whisky, rather than whiskey.
The nose is of good body with plenty of toasty oak, there are notes of corn and lovely cereal sweetness, there is a good smoke note, a little spice and toffee. The palate is full and mouth-filling. There are notes of cereal sweetness, the rye is in evidence with a touch of cigar box and nut oils, a little spice and an aniseed character. The finish is of good length with a hint of citrus and plenty of cereal sweetness.
Drank three glasses with a dash of coke no ice and was dying for five days later.
11th August 2014
best whisky ive tasted in a very long time absolutely superb well worth the money
8th July 2014
This is what Sinatra would have drank. 2 fingers, 4 ice cubes, and a splash of water. It's exceptional this way. Plus being able to drink Jack at 47% ABV is phenomenal. This is probably a good representation of what Frankie was drinking in the 60's before they watered the original no. 7 to 40% ABV. Totally worth the money it you don't live in the US.
4th July 2014
This is one drink that I drink to relax at night after a busy and stressful day. The alcohol percentage is slightly higher than those sold for less (larger bottle Jack Daniels) and has a much better taste and scent. I would definitely recommend this drink to a casual drinker like myself.
3rd July 2014
Do a blind taste test with regular Jack and you will see it doesn't linger, proof is in your own test...I love it strait!
5th May 2014
Barely different to the tones and flavor of its mainstream predecessor.
If giving it as a gift, Ill be received as a sexier contender to the less expensive bottle. Nothing more!
28th April 2014
It gets you where you're going
8th April 2014
Ive had this with coke and I yhink it ruins the flavor. Its much better neat
1st April 2014
To me this is still just A mixer, not worth the price tag. I will stick with my Johnnie Walker Double Black.
26th March 2014
Jack Daniels single barrel smooth and pleasant to sip on it takes you back in time
27th October 2013
That's British taxation for you pal, I believe Sweden has it even worse.
1st October 2013
One of my favorite whiskies of all time, but i get a liter of it for 46 dollars, back home. based on this price that would cost 90+dollars here.
15th September 2013
Its nice & smokey, got some powerful notes but its just not worth the money in my opinion. Gentleman Jack is a much better value, it doesn't have as much flavor but its much smoother and at 2/3 of the cost, Gentleman Jack is my preferred choice.
21st August 2013
THE BEST IN THE STABLE.TRY IT STRAIGHT.SMOOTH STUFF.
AV RAMPERSAD/TRINIDAD/WEST INDIES.
17th April 2013
Harshness and other mistakes of jack daniels corrected, but decent whisky only.
9th September 2012
Nice oaky barrel flavor, great on its own. Not a drink to over indulge in just appreciate a good glass at the end of the day.
27th February 2012
Each one has their own concept of flavor, but to my palate this is not a "very powerful..." whiskey. The smoothness is easy to dwell on and find myself enjoying glass after glass. Okay, maybe too many glasses, but picking this up on occasion maybe only once every couple of weeks, I realize how much I forget how flavorful this stuff is. As the other reviewer indicated, sips like a good cognac. And, as with several of my cigar buddies, this is one of the favorite stashes we get into for an hour and half sit down.
30th December 2010
nothing compares to it :)
25th December 2010
A decent enough drink, good finish not to heavy.
Nice oaky flavour and a nice warming aftertaste.
Far to good to spoil with ice or coke
8th December 2010
Very powerful, full flavor. We must find the time do not always fit, at least to me .. hi hi
27th July 2010
This was a pleasant stuff though I must deduct a point for a too woody nose & finish. Don't spoil it with coke or ice as it is as good as the French cognacs:)
21st August 2009