When was your first drink of Jack Daniel’s?

This week the guys decided to review the best selling whiskey in the world. Lots of bad choices and amazing memories in this Tennessee whiskey .

Founded in 1875, Old No. 7 can be found in almost any bar in the world. This Tennessee whiskey is the undisputed king of the hill.

Keep reading to see what Jim and Mike have to say as they taste outside their home state of Kentucky, with a little Tennessee Whiskey.   Cheers!

Tasting Notes: Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7

Vital Stats: A mash bill of 80% corn 8% rye and 12% malted barely at 80 proof. It has a MSRP of $18.

Appearance: The most recognizable bottle in all of whiskey with honey brown sour mash inside.

Nose: Caramel, oak and pepper with honey grey tea. Light hints of orange zest.

Palate: Sweet tea with honey and a little brown sugar. Very light spice. Slight hints of peanut butter. Not very viscous.

Finish: little to none with a small Tennessee hug.

Overall: it is always good to have a bottle on hand. Great with coke or ginger ale. Plus it has a great price. Cheers

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