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Jack Daniels

Type

Whiskies

Description

Proprietary brand of U.S. single-malt whiskey akin to Bourbon, but distilled in Tennessee, taking the name of "Tennessee Whiskey." The main difference between Jack Daniels and Bourbon is the charcoal filtration Jack Daniels receives but Bourbon does not. Produced in various age-grades, but when called for without further description, "Old #7, black label" is meant.

Flavor

grain, tannin and oak

Availability

Generally available. Produced and sold in United States.

Substitute

other American whiskey

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