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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Rye

(70cl, 45%)

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Rye

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Jack Daniel's Rye Bottling Note

The Jack Daniel's range grew in 2017 with the introduction of their Tennessee Rye whiskey - the first whiskey from the distillery with a mash-bill that different from the classic Tennessee Whiskey since Prohibition! It features a core of 70% rye, supported by 18% corn and 12% malted barley, and enjoys the same charcoal filtration as their other expressions.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose: Fried banana, hot chocolate and a hint of toasted grain.

Palate: Drying cinnamon and nutmeg, followed by more chocolatey notes. A touch of cooked apple appears later on.

Finish: Black pepper and spicy oak.

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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Rye Reviews

Top shelf!

It is actually listed as a 70% rye (51% is enough for rye statement), and there is high 18% "bourbon" corn grain (it is sweet and smooth like a MF and there is also 12% malt, barley grain. I am not being geeky, but I have a bottle send from Kentucky to France, and I bought it here n Slovenia, in a french supermarket here. Phenomenal to me, better than cognacs...Smooth, sweet, front row in my 2 rows, 15 current bottles. I reall, think, that this at cask strenghth, at about 65-70%, would destroy my current n.1, abi 66. It has second place, though.

30th September 2020

Not my go to rye. No further tastes after this bottle

An artificial flavoring banana nose to begin with caramel mixed in. For what supposedly is a high rye mash bill, I'm not getting any of the typical spice.
Lots of banana and caramel on the tongue. Not harsh and consistent from start to finish.
Lingering aftertaste from the bananas.
Had high hopes for what I've read is a 90% rye. Am not tasting that. I'll return to my KH rye.

29th September 2020

good

SO GOOD SOOOO NICE !

18th August 2020

nasty

hell no i tryed this and its terrible leaves a nasty after taste and give you a headache well it did for me do yourselfs a big favour and go with jim beam devil's cut much better

8th June 2020

Naff

Cannot taste the rye, can only taste no.7, so disappointing

5th June 2020

One of the best in the JD range

Better than No.7. Very smooth, priced about right. Now a firm favourite.

9th May 2020

Thank gods it’s not No.7

Absolutely hate Jack Daniels (No.7) but love this! Don’t let the fact that’s it’s Jack Daniels put you off.

24th March 2020

Spicy.

Well it's different to no. 7. It is not expensive so I guess it is worth a try for you. It is much spicier than no. 7.

21st March 2020

ON MY GO TO LIST!

I LOVE IT....AS THE SCOTS SAY-
AFTER TWO SHOTS WHO CARES ABOUT THE 🍌 BANANAS?

21st December 2019

Pleasant enough rye, best used for cocktails. You might even spare the sugar lump in your old fashioned!

An easy-drinking rye, pretty much what you’d expect from JD. it bares solid flavours off the bat. Burnt caramel, banana bread and spice, oak and damson follow thereafter. As a sipper I’d say perhaps its sweetness overpowers the palette. Rye should be spice and wood first with fruit loaf notes following at the end. The tongue needs to search for sweetness in rye. Kinda the opposite of bourbon really.

At 45% it has enough alcohol to stay lively in cocktails, which is pretty much what I’ll be using my bottle for. It retails here in UK for £32, but I just took a punt on this today at Tesco, reduced to £16. I’d shell out again for this at £16 but probably not for its usual price. Few more shells will get you rye as rye ought to be.

2nd September 2019

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