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Jack Daniel's 160th Birthday 1850-2010

(70cl, 40%)

Jack Daniel's 160th Birthday 1850-2010
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Jack Daniel's 160th Bottling Note

A special, limited edition black, opaque bottle of Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, bottled to commemorate Mr Jack's 160th Birthday.

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Jack Daniel's 160th Birthday 1850-2010 Reviews

Great collector's item

Fantastic looking bottle...as the description states, this is completely opaque. The liquid inside tasted slightly different, but i'm guessing that's just because sunlight wasn't allowed to affect the whiskey. This is the same nectar as standard JD. Found at my local store back when it was released for $24. Not worth the $80 here unless you're a collector. But, whiskey is meant to be drank, regardless of it being a 'collector' bottle or not, in my opinion. Just keep the empty bottle.

10th December 2017

joker

just finshed my last bottle of 3 time for more price is a bit to much but i like the colour black.

27th February 2014

Timothy Bullard NYC, USA

This bottle contains the same whiskey as in JD's regular black bottle. Don't open it (as it's for collecting -- not drinking), but keep it for generations to admire a great part of American history.

15th September 2011

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