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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

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

Smooth

It's smooth

29th August 2019

harsh and dry with not a lot of flavour.

Of all the Jack Daniels that I have tasted I feel that this is my least favourite. I find it harsh on the palate which is the exact opposite to honey which is smooth and moorish. Not one that I would buy again.

15th August 2019

has its merits - I enjoy it in Manhattans and Sazeracs and can stand a sip

It's hard to find rye where I live so I can't offer you broad experience. The other brand I can get is Bulleit and I only bought it once. This is better if memory serves well, because Bulleit was a bit non-de-script, though has a more quality feel, whereas this seems to have better character for what it's worth. I've bought a few bottles because I love sazeracs and Manhattans, though again, limited to Bulleit or JD for experience in those. I forgot Beam rye; I bought it once- it's only 40% so wouldn't have stood up in a Manhattan or sazerac. As a sipper, I find this interesting as a contrast to mediocre scotch or bourbon. Dry and spicy but a sweetness there too . It makes me want to experience the good stuff. I won't give it stars because I don't have enough to compare it with

18th July 2019

Re: "you don't get to be one of the world brand leaders if your product is duff"

Re: "you don't get to be one of the world brand leaders if your product is duff".

Respectfully: SURE YOU DO! Just consider Budweiser, Hershey's (chocolate), Lipton tea, both colas and yes, JD. They are all DUFF but popular.

Trouble is: most reviewers of this product are going to be drinkers of No. 7, meaning it only needs to be "different" and not worse (which is not saying much). Serious enthusiasts are going to view it completely different.

JD is a great and important historical company but stingy with the abv (and age). If they want to compete, their Gentleman Jack should at least be 90-proof to even try to compete with George Dickel No. 12. (it would still lose).

4th June 2019

Nope

I'm a rye lover and this is just insulting. The price made me give it a try, but now it sticks out in my collection like a sore thumb until I have the guts to pour it down the drain. Simply. Awful.

29th January 2019

Nice tastle

Really nice to drink on the rocks to easy to drink the bottle

10th November 2018

Surprising rye

Jack Daniels has a mainstream reputation that could make new whisky drinkers want to serve it. But you don't get to be one of the world brand leaders if your product is duff. Step away from the old no7 and the honeied stuff, and you'll find some surprisingly good entries. This particular bottle isn't a bad little addition to the J.D family. It's a good rye for the entry price. Of course there's better for around the £50 mark but give this one a go. The banana is there on the nose. Dried banana. Full bodied and spicey in the mouth and the hot peppery finish you'd expect from a rye. Very morish, very nice.
Reviewer: M Horrell

24th October 2018

I Can See The Music

Very nice to drink and does not make me feel drunk at all thank you.

8th October 2018

Much better than No. 7

Pleasant spicyness with a strong spirit finish

26th September 2018

Aftershave

Absolutely awful stuff

31st August 2018

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