Jack Daniel's 1954 Gold Medal Litre Less than half price £41.95 @ The Whisky Exchange - HotUKDeals
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This Special edition of Jack Daniels normally retails between £80 and £90 for the 75cl bottle. This is the litre bottle for half of that price. I know this is still expensive but for a Christmas gift for someone this is exceptional value.
With postage at £4.95 brings the price to £46.90
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#1
well... hot...
#2
They seem to be about the only place selling the stuff? Postage is also £4.95 which you need to add.

Edited By: coathanger on Dec 14, 2010 23:33
#3
Cheers coathanger missed that one off, added now though...
#4
heat added.. Now where do i get my glass?
#5
possible 5% quidco too :)
#6
Ooh... so many variations on JD X)
1 Like #7
I just cant justify spending this much money on something that will end up tasting the same after having a few and then urinating it down the toilet.
3 Likes #8
You'd be better off buying a decent bottle of scotch for this price
2 Likes #9
awful stuff.
#10
If there is anything as unique as the Jack Daniel's 1954 Gold Medal commemorative bottle that is now available throughout the country, it's the story of how the Distillery came to acquire this special Gold Medal. Jack Daniel's newest Gold Medal decanter honors the 1954 Brussels, Belgium Star of Excellence and is the sixth in our series of bottles commemorating the Gold Medals won by the Distillery.

When word reached Lynchburg about a whiskey-judging contest taking place in Brussels, Belgium, the Distillery's Herb Fanning was asked to make sure some Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey was shipped for entry into the competition. Herb, who went on to work for the Distillery for many more years and was a fixture in Lynchburg until he passed away in 1997 at age 93, simply walked out to the production line and pulled off the first three bottles he could grab. He then arranged to have them shipped overseas as the contest entries from Jack Daniel's. When the folks in the advertising department found out he had pulled whiskey for the competition off the bottling line, they were a bit upset and asked him why he hadn't looked for some special whiskey for the judging. But Mr. Herb just shrugged and exclaimed, "Why, all Jack Daniel's is special!"


It's just a special commemorative bottle, the stuff inside is regular Old No.7. A great deal if you collect the bottles as it's a huge saving, but anyone just wanting some whiskey should spend their money elsewhere.
#11
Cheers for clearing that up.
#12
These can get quite collectable if you leave them sealed, I have one worth twice what i paid 7 or 8 years ago.
1 Like #13
Badpoet
These can get quite collectable if you leave them sealed, I have one worth twice what i paid 7 or 8 years ago.


"Please remember the value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested."
#14
Gentleman J for me.......... I like it more than the pricer single barrel....
#15
Thanks
#16
Just spent more than that on 2x5ltr kegs of my fave beer - Durham Brewery White Amarillo....sodding gorgeous.
#17
VDisillusioned
Badpoet
These can get quite collectable if you leave them sealed, I have one worth twice what i paid 7 or 8 years ago.


"Please remember the value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested."


Yep, can go down well but can come back up a lot quicker.....
#18
Gitfinger
VDisillusioned
Badpoet
These can get quite collectable if you leave them sealed, I have one worth twice what i paid 7 or 8 years ago.


"Please remember the value of your investment can go down as well as up and you may get back less than you invested."


Yep, can go down well but can come back up a lot quicker.....


haha


Edited By: dave12345 on Dec 15, 2010 01:55
#19
Gentleman jack was £20 at Tesco not sure if it still is.
#20
Yes it is
#21
LOVE IT!!!!!!
#22
Some people have more money than sense, if you are investing in bottles look towards fine French wine, not yanky faux spirit, the scots are by far the best in the world at it
#23
Voted hot because it's cheap but who the hell pays £80 for a bottle of this urine? Look at the single malts you can buy for that money! And you wouldn't be drowning it in coke either1
#24
for that amount of money you could get a stellar bottle of Scotch
#25
is it me or does JD taste and smell like burn't plastic, could never get the taste for it !!
banned#26
99% of you wont be albe to tell the difference between this and standard jack as 99% of you will mix it with coke and ice
1 Like #27
aberfal
99% of you wont be albe to tell the difference between this and standard jack as 99% of you will mix it with coke and ice

And the 1% that say they can tell the difference are lying.

satchef1 - Dec 15, 2010 00:21
If there is anything as unique as the Jack Daniel's 1954 Gold Medal commemorative bottle that is now available throughout the country, it's the story of how the Distillery came to acquire this special Gold Medal. Jack Daniel's newest Gold Medal decanter honors the 1954 Brussels, Belgium Star of Excellence and is the sixth in our series of bottles commemorating the Gold Medals won by the Distillery.

When word reached Lynchburg about a whiskey-judging contest taking place in Brussels, Belgium, the Distillery's Herb Fanning was asked to make sure some Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey was shipped for entry into the competition. Herb, who went on to work for the Distillery for many more years and was a fixture in Lynchburg until he passed away in 1997 at age 93, simply walked out to the production line and pulled off the first three bottles he could grab. He then arranged to have them shipped overseas as the contest entries from Jack Daniel's. When the folks in the advertising department found out he had pulled whiskey for the competition off the bottling line, they were a bit upset and asked him why he hadn't looked for some special whiskey for the judging. But Mr. Herb just shrugged and exclaimed, "Why, all Jack Daniel's is special!"

It's just a special commemorative bottle, the stuff inside is regular Old No.7. A great deal if you collect the bottles as it's a huge saving, but anyone just wanting some whiskey should spend their money elsewhere.
1 Like #28
How did this get remotely hot?

I've got some magic beans if anyone's feeling flush. RRP £350 but going for £41.95.

Equally hot I think you'll find
1 Like #29
mcintg
You'd be better off buying a decent bottle of scotch for this price
While I agree, they are completely difference tasting drinks, and plenty of people don't like Whisky but love bourbon/sour mash.

Anyone that does like a Yankie Whiskey would be better off going for a bottle of Four Roses Small Batch, lovely stuff.



Edited By: jukkie on Dec 15, 2010 17:26: typo.
#30
Personally speaking I'll drink anything so long as it's going down the same hole, Domestos, Old Spice, you name it I'll try it... :p

have some heat.
#31
AWFULL STUFF.

Give me a bottle of good Irish or Scotish whikey over this pish anyday.
1 Like #32
just ordered one plus a 50cl of 90% poteen :)
#33
pedro123
How did this get remotely hot?I've got some magic beans if anyone's feeling flush. RRP £350 but going for £41.95. Equally hot I think you'll find

The guys that voted this hot will buy em from ya, so long as you say they are deluxe Magic beans
#34
You think this one is expensive, check this one out. I applied to buy one of these for their face value about 8 years ago, but never got one.

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/twesearchresult.aspx?q=maxwell+house
#35
http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-12560.aspx

Wow...


Mind you, I think this tops it really -
http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/selection/the_dalmore_selene_1951_58_yo_whisky.aspx

Edited By: jukkie on Dec 15, 2010 17:27
#36
cubed
I just cant justify spending this much money on something that will end up tasting the same after having a few and then urinating it down the toilet.
after its wrecked your liver of course
#37


12 Grand and it's not even cask strength. What a rip off. You'd have to be a complete mug to buy that.

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