Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash Whiskey 70cl

American Whiskey • 70cl • 50%
Product details
Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash
Country American Whiskey
Distillery/Brand Jack Daniel's

Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash

Triple Mash is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey, which means that it must be distilled by a single distiller during a single distillation season, matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least four years, and bottled at 100 proof (50% ABV). All those regulations are met by every whiskey Jack Daniel's will launch in its Bonded Series, which kicked off with this beauty as well as its Bonded bottling.

Tasting Note by The Chaps at Master of Malt

Nose Warming oak, petrichor, vanilla, and toffee apples.

Palate Honey on granary toast, dried fruit, and baking spice join the party.

Finish Rye spice tingles away for a while.

Allergy information

This product does not contain any notifiable allergens
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Reviews for Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash
Very good.
I drink lots of American whiskeys but favour rye's. This is a very good Whiskey that's very rye heavy. I love sagamore rye double oaked and this is'nt too far away. I think the JD bonded is a very good dram but WOW this is next level. Very similar i think to Balcones 100% rye with the dark chocolate taste and just enough rye spice to make it really enjoyable without being too on top. Both the 2022 JD releases are really good, but the tripple Mash is next level if you like a nice rye.
Sean , United Kingdom
3 months ago
Kick Like A Lynchberg Cannon
Yes, A Very Different Taste From JD. Strong, Aromatic, And Pleasent To Drink. A Lovely Golden Color, ( Like Liquid Gold) Always Looks Good In A Glass.
Tim E , United Kingdom
one year ago
What a kick
I thought this was very nice indeed. As a avid JD drinker , this was definitely different. It has a wicked warming kick and no sharp taste. Has a pleasant rye taste and smell and very strong.
I think it’s good value for money and I’m very pleased with my purchase
Master of Malt Customer
one year ago
Not worth the price but lovely taste
Very expensive for what you get but tastes pretty nice
Connor , United Kingdom
one year ago
Not worth £45
Sharp on the first sip, clean, whiskyish, rye flavours come through but not strongly. Firm finish but to my taste its too young I prefer 101. I would say the other reviewers havent tasted alot of Tennesee whisky/bourbon as there is better for the money £15 cheaper, ie 101.
Shaun F , United Kingdom
one year ago
Buy 1.
Mellow not sharp pleasant on the tasting
T.bousfield , United Kingdom
one year ago
Well worth the money
Extremely nice blend
Neil F , United Kingdom
one year ago
Just received my bottle, very very nice!! Would definitely buy again
SteveB , United Kingdom
one year ago