Jack Daniel’s Black – The best of Tennessee Whiskey

When you say or hear the words Jack Daniel’s, the first thing that comes to mind is sophistication and class. You hear elegance, master-class, perfection and so much more than just the word Whiskey. And when you hear the name Jack Daniel’s Black you know it has to be something more special.

Jack Daniel's Black

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This classic wonder is also called ‘Old No.7’ and is one of the bestselling spirits in the world. It is made in the Tennessee sour mash style, with an additional step where the fresh spirit is dipped in a vat of sugar maple charcoal to mellow the Whiskey before it goes into the barrel. As a result of this, the spirit is smooth and versatile and at the same time stays true to its country roots.

This spirit has gentle aromas of caramel vanilla and butterscotch. It has a quick, sweet finish with oak notes and hints of spices, which give way to the flavours of white pepper and walnuts.

There’s no better combination than the classic Jack and Coke.

Jack and Coke

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Use:

1 part Jack Daniel’s Black Old No. 7
3 parts Coke

Serve over ice in a tall glass. Garnish with a slice of lime.

This simple cocktail is the best way to enjoy this fantastic Whiskey with a tangy twist. Only after you taste this masterpiece will you realise why this is one of the top selling Whiskies in the world.

On your next international trip via Kempegowda International Airport, visit Bengaluru Duty Free and pick up a bottle of this classic at a fabulous discount.

 

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