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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Liqueur

(70cl, 35%)

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey
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Jack Daniel's Honey Bottling Note

A truly fabulous whiskey liqueur from Jack Daniel's. Jack Daniel's Honey is made with a mix of rich spices and smooth, supple honey. JD Honey is delicious over ice or in coffee.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Caramel and charred oak, a little orange blossom, manuka honey and vanilla.

Palate: Thick and creamy with notes of vanilla, toasty oak, honey again, a little apricot too.

Finish: Good length - rounded and rich.

Reviews for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey
Simply Essential!
This drank at room temperature is something else. I can't even begin to describe the subtle flavours that come through. This drop is essential for any drinks cabinet. Wow!
, United Kingdom
5 months ago
Very nice with ice or ginger ale
9 months ago
Doesn’t really have the kick
11 months ago
Aperitif Time
Rightly or wrongly I like drinking this as an aperitif, it suits my palate beautifully! As a seasoned malt whisky drinker, this does not compare but it's a pleasant drink nontheless.
, United Kingdom
one year ago
Alternative to dessert wine.
This is a very nice accompaniment to a sweet dessert, or as an after-dinner digestif. Regard it as such and you will not be disappointed. However, if what you really want is ‘Whiskey’ then leave this on the shelf , that not what this is.
, United Kingdom
one year ago
warm, oaky herbal notes - parsiminen and fig
My drink of choice is the Manhattan however I wanted something I could drink room temp, neat and without the bitters. JD honey is smooth - warm, oaky herbal notes - parsiminen and fig - pair with goat cheese, pecans and rosemary.
one year ago
Very Nice.
I like the hint of sweetness.
one year ago
Absolutely beautiful. This tennessee gold will take some beating. Drink neat. It's better then Jim beam honey in my opinion
one year ago
, India
2 years ago
Perfectly acceptable, just remember its sweet & its not an aged malt
If you have a sweet tooth hidden in your mouth, this is a perfectly acceptable for sipping. It is also, in my humble opinion, perfectly acceptable as a contrasting taste within a collection. No it doesn't have the complexity of a well aged Speyside malt but just as some struggle with the peaty taste of a Islay malt and would not thank you for a dram, if you don't like the sweetness than just avoid buying a large bottle. At the very least the relatively low price of a small bottle allows you to add it to a collection for a trial taste.
2 years ago

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