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JACK DANIELS 1 litre £20.00 @ Morrisons.

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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
Picked a bottle up tonight.

Jack Daniel's is a premium Tennessee whiskey.

In 1866, Jack Daniel's distillery became the first registered distillery in the United States. It's here in Lynchburg, Tennessee that every drop of Jack Daniel's is still produced and bottled today. During its 141 years, it has won numerous gold medals from around the world. We put its success down to the unique way in which his famous 'Old No.7' brand is made: the finest corn, rye and barley malt; the pure, iron-free water from Lynchburg's Cave Spring; the hard maple charcoal mellowing process; and the charred white oak barrel maturing. It's the extra step of charcoal mellowing that makes Jack Daniel's a smooth sipping Tennessee whiskey not a bourbon. It's dripped through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal, which takes out any impurities and lends a unique, smooth taste.

Tasting Notes:

Colour: Warm amber.

Nose: Sweet, rich, vanilla.

Taste: Hints of orange, brown sugar and spice, full-bodied oak and dry apple.

http://www.jackdaniels.com
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http://shop.kungroup.com/images/jack_daniels-9205.gif

Please note this is not a bourbon!
lol..
#2
ukmonkey
http://shop.kungroup.com/images/jack_daniels-9205.gif

Please note this is not a bourbon!
lol..


But it’s not "technically" a whiskey either.....hmmmmm :?

But it is a good deal! Thanks
#3
Sainsburys do 7cl for £14 so about the same price
#4
Technically the Sainsbury one works out cheaper... But I won't argue :P
#5
Klis
Technically the Sainsbury one works out cheaper... But I won't argue :P


LOL thats what i came in to say... :-D
hot enough i suppose, even if it is way overpriced muck..
#6
Klis
Technically the Sainsbury one works out cheaper... But I won't argue :P


niceguyrichy
LOL thats what i came in to say... :-D
hot enough i suppose, even if it is way overpriced muck..


technically 7cl for £14 means £2 for 1cl

1liter = 10cl ---- 10cl for £20 means £2 for 1cl

so technically they are the same ;)
#7
ukmonkey

Please note this is not a bourbon!
lol..



Does it get you ****** tho?
#8
Get thee behind me Satan! :lol:

Oh lordy those hang-overs!

It began with Jim Beam & Jacky D and then a little Makers Mark (a very nice one btw) before ending up on the heavy-duty version of Wild Turkey.

Hang-overs that lasted until Tuesday after a weekend on that sauce.
It was (mostly) fun but hells teeth the suffering for it!

The inexperienced be warned, the experienced know already. ;¬)
#9
Chuckles1001
technically 7cl for £14 means £2 for 1cl

1liter = 10cl ---- 10cl for £20 means £2 for 1cl

so technically they are the same ;)


1 Litre = 100cl :thumbsup:
#10
Gixxerman001
Get thee behind me Satan! :lol:

Oh lordy those hang-overs!

It began with Jim Beam & Jacky D and then a little Makers Mark (a very nice one btw) before ending up on the heavy-duty version of Wild Turkey.

Hang-overs that lasted until Tuesday after a weekend on that sauce.
It was (mostly) fun but hells teeth the suffering for it!

The inexperienced be warned, the experienced know already. ;¬)


Same progression for me except i haven't moved on to Wild turkey any suggestions where i can get it in the uk?
#11
what a great bargain x
#12
20 pounds for a litre of anything (except maybe liquified gold) is absolutely scandolous.

In my opinion, of course.
#13
danm003
20 pounds for a litre of anything (except maybe liquified gold) is absolutely scandolous.

In my opinion, of course.


Aftershave?
#14
Latinosharkey
But it’s not "technically" a whiskey either.....hmmmmm :?


Wow! You should let them know, they have mistakenly been put "whiskey" on the labels for years.
Their going to so embarrassed.:oops:
#15
works out the same as the 'offer' prices thoughout the year ie. £14/70cl, but i doubt it will get 'much' cheaper before Xmas, they have tight price controls.
#16
HOT HOT HOT

This is cheap.....

bought 10!
#17
mobter83
HOT HOT HOT

This is cheap.....

bought 10!


I bought 11.

Which makes my e-peen bigger than yours.
#18
ukmonkey
http://shop.kungroup.com/images/jack_daniels-9205.gif

Please note this is not a bourbon!
lol..

The only difference is JD use 1% more corn...

So technically, yes it IS a bourbon. They added the extra 1% so that they could call it a whiskey, as bourbon can have no more than 79% corn by law.

That said, Bourbon is still a 'type' of whiskey. Just those damned Americans trying to be awkward again.
#19
danm003
20 pounds for a litre of anything (except maybe liquified gold) is absolutely scandolous.

In my opinion, of course.

Bought any petrol lately? It's going that way!
#20
"Jack Daniel's is a premium Tennessee whiskey."

No it's not. It's mass-produced alcohol favoured by binge-drinkers everywhere.
#21
pibpob
"Jack Daniel's is a premium Tennessee whiskey."

No it's not. It's mass-produced alcohol favoured by binge-drinkers everywhere.


I lulled.

Thats the funny thing, it doesnt actually taste that nice compared to a good whisky. I think it's mostly all about it's rock and roll image. :whistling:
#22
jukkie
The only difference is JD use 1% more corn...

So technically, yes it IS a bourbon. They added the extra 1% so that they could call it a whiskey, as bourbon can have no more than 79% corn by law.

That said, Bourbon is still a 'type' of whiskey. Just those damned Americans trying to be awkward again.


Bourbons are made in Kentucky

"The name "Bourbon" comes from a county in eastern Kentucky, which in turn was named for the Bourbon kings of France who had aided the American rebels in the Revolutionary War. Bourbon County was in the early 19th century a center of whiskey production and transshipping (ironically, at the present time, it is a "dry" county). The local whiskey, made primarily from corn, soon gained a reputation for being particularly smooth because the local distillers aged their products in charred oak casks. The adoption of the "sour mash" grain conversion technique served to further distinguish Bourbon from other whiskey styles"
#23
mr_fuse
Same progression for me except i haven't moved on to Wild turkey any suggestions where i can get it in the uk?


Funnily enough Tesco used to the my usual stockist when I lived in London, but it's been a while & I don't drink spirits anymore.
The 50.5% stuff always was a little harder to find
(I believe they do a 40% version like JB, JD & MM).
#24
khimbar

Thats the funny thing, it doesnt actually taste that nice compared to a good whisky. I think it's mostly all about it's rock and roll image. :whistling:


All a matter of taste.
Personally I never could stand too many of the whiskys.
Some of the Irish whiskys are nice (Bushmills especially) but Scottish falling down water never was my idea of a nice drink. :oops:
#25
Gixxerman001
All a matter of taste.
Personally I never could stand too many of the whiskys.
Some of the Irish whiskys are nice (Bushmills especially) but Scottish falling down water never was my idea of a nice drink. :oops:


Yeah same taste as me, love black bush hate most scottish whiskeys..

Thanks for all the rep, have reped every one back..:)
1 Like #26
ukmonkey

Thanks for all the rep, have reped every one back..:)


In that case, have some more rep :thumbsup: :)
#27
robsprocket
Wow! You should let them know, they have mistakenly been put "whiskey" on the labels for years.
Their going to so embarrassed.:oops:


No as embarassed as yourself when you realise that "whiskey" was the original drink - first made in Ireland - and the Scots had to drop the 'e' when they made their version later
#28
Tennessee whiskey or Tennessee whisky is a sour mash of American whiskey that undergoes a filtering stage called the Lincoln County Process, in which the whiskey is filtered through a thick layer of maple charcoal before it is put into casks for aging. This step gives the whiskey a distinctive flavor. The process itself is named for Lincoln County, Tennessee, which is where the Jack Daniel's distillery was originally located. In 1871, the Jack Daniel's distillery and the surrounding area became part of the newly created Moore County.

Presently, there are only two brands of Tennessee whiskey on the market: Jack Daniel's and George Dickel.

The above is from wiki.

Also, all Bourbons are whisky anyways it's just a particular type of Whisky. JD certainly tastes more like Bourbon Whiskys than Scotch.

JD is often frowned on by Whisky snobs but it's a gorgeous drink although it has to be said very over priced.

I personally love JD and Bourbon whiskys just as I love Scotch one's.;-)
#29
mr_fuse
Same progression for me except i haven't moved on to Wild turkey any suggestions where i can get it in the uk?


Try here mate they have every kind of Whisky known to man

http://www.thewhiskyexchange.com/P-1237.aspx
#30
Why is JD so expensive in this country?
Like the odd JD and coke but can't stand those pre-mixed JD & Cola cans because the cola is yukkkk.
I really like Canadian Club too but that is similarly expensive and rarely on special offer :(
#31
Rebellion
Why is JD so expensive in this country?
Like the odd JD and coke but can't stand those pre-mixed JD & Cola cans because the cola is yukkkk.
I really like Canadian Club too but that is similarly expensive and rarely on special offer :(


Yeah is is expensive in this country, but was very surprised when in Memphis Tennessee a few years back, the price is like up to 50% more that's in both bars and shops, and it is made over there..:?
#32
this is a shocking price!

this was £5.49 for a half bottle (35cl) just weeks ago from NISA and will be again in the next few weeks ;)
#33
Monkeybumcheeks
1 Litre = 100cl :thumbsup:


That was a typo the extra "0" was dropped off but the point still stands its the same price lol
#34
Guys, if you like Jack Daniels, I recommend Jim Beam Black, Really nice but really hard to find. Used to sell it in wheatherspoons, but they seem to be only stocked in a few now and only at some times.
#35
JoeMan500
Guys, if you like Jack Daniels, I recommend Jim Beam Black, Really nice but really hard to find. Used to sell it in wheatherspoons, but they seem to be only stocked in a few now and only at some times.


I love JD but hate JB Black, they do sell it thou in my local Tesco's (Nottingham), also Tesco sell Silver lable and single barrel JD which i love mmmmmmmmmmm
#36
JoeMan500
Guys, if you like Jack Daniels, I recommend Jim Beam Black, Really nice but really hard to find. Used to sell it in wheatherspoons, but they seem to be only stocked in a few now and only at some times.


Tesco and Sainsburys have got it on offer £14 odd in Tesco and £15 odd in Sainsburys.
#37
Wintersun
I bought 11.

Which makes my e-peen bigger than yours.


go play with some traffic
#38
Chuckles1001
Sainsburys do 7cl for £14 so about the same price


Chuckles1001
That was a typo the extra "0" was dropped off but the point still stands its the same price lol


You've got a thing about zeros havent you ? :p
#39
yok0ross
this is a shocking price!

this was £5.49 for a half bottle (35cl) just weeks ago from NISA and will be again in the next few weeks ;)


What ever...:x 35cl is not half a litre..
#40
Monkeybumcheeks
You've got a thing about zeros havent you ? :p


Yes, thats why i love you ;)

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