Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire 70cl

American Liqueurs • 70cl • 35%
Product details
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire
Country American Liqueurs
Distillery/Brand Jack Daniel's
Style Whisky Liqueurs

Tennessee Fire

Jack Daniel's have only gone and made their own cinnamon-flavoured whisky liqueur - Jack Daniel's Fire!

Released in the USA in 2014, it's finally made its way to our shores. As the name suggests, it's plenty hot with cinnamon, though manages to keep some of the classic Jack Daniel's character...

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Fantastic heat and spice reminiscent of crushed cinnamon sticks and festive biscuits. Smooth, warming and cosy with gentle hints of caramel, cereal and toasted oak underneath the fiery cinnamon.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire
Extraordinarily sweet in a bad way.
Sickly sweet. Cinnamon is far too dominant here, there's nothing to balance it out. It makes me nauseous to smell this whisky. The cinnamon also smells fake. Sweet, artifical cinnamon... ugh.

K , United Kingdom
10 months ago
Winter warmer
Lovely winter warmer drink it straight no ice no mixer best Christmas spirit ever.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Warm and Firey, Best of both Worlds.
A warm and fiery shot straight up or on the rocks for the best of both worlds. Great for those cold winter night’s out or rendezvous.
Michael F , Australia
one year ago
Warm & sticky cinnamon bourbon amazing
Absolutely awesome drink! My favourite JD pour in a tall glass over ice!!! Very morish!!! Far too enjoyable Christmas in a bottle anytime of year
Marc Ackland , United Kingdom
one year ago
Its nice and tastes like christmas but it straight up give me trouble guts this one can stay on the shelf ill stick to the original
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Jack at its best - well it does it for me.
Julian B , United Kingdom
2 years ago
This is the ONLY whisky I drink as I prefer rum but a bottle JD's Cinnamon was bought for me and I was hooked on the flavour.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
not worthy of a JD brand.
worst JD i have had, its a cinnamon liqueur you mix with a coffee latte. not a 40+ real whiskey. at first the cinnamon is pleasant, but way to present and makes the whiskey self weak and cheap. if this was a higher 47,5% proof bottle with more subtle notes it would be fire, but at present its weak as a reused teabag.
henri , Netherlands
3 years ago
Best JD variant
Absolute warmth, if you’ve got the honey lying about too try one part of each, heat and sweet goes superb!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Such a wonderful warm taste it’s like Christmas packaged into a bottle! Def my new go to drink!
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago