Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 45%
Product details
Jack Daniel's Single Barrel
Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Jack Daniel's

Jack Daniel's Single Barr

You all know Jack Daniel’s and have no doubt seen its classic whiskey in bars and shops all over the world. But the Tennessee-based distillery is also home to lots of premium expressions, like the single barrel bottling you see before you. A premium version of Jack Daniel's, each of these comes from a cask specially selected by the master distiller. These are chosen for their suitability as standalone spirits, resulting in a whiskey full of richness and complexity.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose 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.

Palate 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.

Finish Good length with a hint of citrus and plenty of cereal sweetness.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Jack Daniel's Single Barrel
Love this stuff, it’s my favourite whiskey by jd, not a gulping whiskey it’s a sipping one, each sip is bursting with flavour, so much better then old no.7
Gavin , United Kingdom
9 months ago
Try it
It's not for your average whiskey drinkers who like bells or normal jack. It's a sipping whiskey not something you neck at party's with plenty of charcoal oakey goodness love it nit to be confused with gentleman jack which has a more caramel taste.
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
I'm a scotch whisky man but also like JD and tried a few of the more expensive bottles over the years, and the first single barrel select i tried was quite good, the 2nd not so, same with the 3rd so i don't buy it anymore, as i get a normal bottle for under £20 on rollback at the supermarket (£16 at xmas lol), would feel a fool paying 2.5 times the price for a small improvement, but if you have more money than sense then go for it, I don't
Bob N , United Kingdom
one year ago
Not worth the money
Stick to the original jd
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Fucking nice
Nose: fucking nice.
Palate: fucking nice.
Finish: fucking nice.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
Don’t wreck this by adding coke!
Okay, it’s Jack Daniel’s….but it is a smooth, easy to drink, pleasant Jack Daniel’s. Don’t wreck this one by adding coke! Enjoy it neat or on the rocks. Is it worth nearly£45? Probably not but it is still a good, relatively cheap Tennessee Whiskey (not sure this qualifies as a Bourbon!).
Alan M , United Kingdom
2 years ago
Don't listen to the snobs who turn up their noses to anything 'Jack Daniels', judged objectively, this is a very enjoyable whiskey, and I highly recommend.
Master of Malt Customer
2 years ago
not worth a price
EC , Poland
2 years ago
Do not recommend
Tasted it and couldn't move forward. I tend to drink Elijah Craig and as of recent Angel's Envy. JD Select was not good. I hate to dispose of it, but I will. Scent of turpentine/acetone.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago
Well recommend
A very smooth and delightful whiskey with a delicate smoky flavour with a hint of toffee notes one of the best Jack daniels whiskies I've ever tried.
Master of Malt Customer
3 years ago