Jack Daniels - Gentleman Jack 70cl - £20.00 @ Tesco (INSTORE AND ONLINE) - HotUKDeals
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Just picked up a bottle of this. Usually around £33-£35. Well worth a go!


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#1
This is very cheap.
#2
and normal 1 liter is down to £20 as well
banned#3
wtf
never heard of it!
whats it like
#4
I'll have to say I prefer the original to this. I find this one a little harsh, but as they say each to their own
#5
Jeevester
I'll have to say I prefer the original to this. I find this one a little harsh, but as they say each to their own


A little harsh? The description says twice mellowed?
#6
Any codes?
#7
I know it says twice mellowed but I still found it a little harsh. I was surprised at that myself. Good price though, I paid £28 for a bottle in Manchester airport on my way to Egypt in December. And still have half of it left
#8
cant see it on thier website....
#9
normaly only available at airport duty free and not in many UK shops, very good price and an excellent drink. thanks for sharing :)
#10
see, i find it smoother - but i guess it's down to taste - i've been bringing bottles back from the states for the last 11 years i've lived here.... i prefer single barrel, which Asda have now, but for the price difference......
#11
anyone able to post a direct link? Please.... thasnks
#12
Good find, great deal. Always pick it up at duty free and or Single Barrell which is also real good.
Not harsh at all and is so more mellow than no7.
Neat, 1 or 2 blocks, heavy glass and a good Cohiba LOVELY :thumbsup:

Pls drink responsibly and without wife and kids:-D
#13
CROZZA
cant see it on thier website....


anyone correct me if i'm wrong, but i *think* that products will only show if they're available at your local store the delivery comes from. Anyways, when I search I don't see it either, but my local Tesco is far from the most stocked, so I wasn't expecting to see it ;)
#14
This is bad news as I drink this like water - heat and rep!
#16


Thanks cant get it in my area. ****** ;(
#17
sagman76
Good find, great deal. Always pick it up at duty free and or Single Barrell which is also real good.
Not harsh at all and is so more mellow than no7.
Neat, 1 or 2 blocks, heavy glass and a good Cohiba LOVELY :thumbsup:

Pls drink responsibly and without wife and kids:-D


Not with coke then? Seriously, would that be sacrilegious?
#18
Mascherano
wtf
never heard of it!
whats it like


I quite like it, find it a little smoother.
Better to drink straight. If you plan on using mixers you may as well stick to Old #7.

Although I still prefer Jim Beam black.
#19
Anybody who mixes JD is a wuss - you've got to drink it neat!
#20
People, if you are in the market for whisky why go for an American bourbon when you can get a quality 10 year old single malt Scotch whisky for the same price.

Tesco is also selling Abelour 10 year old for the same price. Abelour is a Speyside whisky which is a great introduction to single malts being gentle, sweet and with little smoke/peat.

I urge you to at least try it because it is infinitely more complex and rewarding than bourbon.

P.S They have 1 litre Glenmorangies at £25 and that's 13 quid cheaper. That is a steal and interestingly also Scotland's most commonly drunk whisky.
#21
the only whisky i like, jim morrison has a lot to answer for..................wait till i see him (which wont be long judging by my jacky D stash)
#22
kidblast
People, if you are in the market for whisky why go for an American bourbon when you can get a quality 10 year old single malt Scotch whisky for the same price.

Because they are completely different types of whisky that taste nothing alike, maybe?

A lot of people don't like single malts, and some may not like bourbon.

Personally I drink both, but my malts have to be VERY good.
I currently have a bottle of Wemyss (Dalmore) tropical spice, an excellent 19yr old. But at £75 a bottle, it's not drank very often (lets see how well England do, might have a reason to get it out of the cabinet, haha).
#23
Some people like steak and some people like pot noodles.

You pays your money, you takes your choice.
#24
I've tried to "force" myself to like neat whiskey and bourbon but just can't get on with it. I likes my bourbon mixed with coke and that's that. Enjoyed an entire bottle of Jack Daniels Single Barrel, and drank it entirely mixed with coke over a few months. Was definitely a superior JD & Coke to the normal stuff no doubt about it!
#25
JD & coke - you heretic!

;)
#26
tech_guy
Anybody who mixes JD is a wuss - you've got to drink it neat!


'got' to ??? :roll: People can CHOOSE to drink it how the hell they want to.
#27
spenspuma
'got' to ??? :roll: People can CHOOSE to drink it how the hell they want to.


Sure, neat, naked, beside a road in Dublin....

;)
#28
JD and coke, its the only way...................

lol

drink it however you like.
#29
not online anymore unless im missing something.
#30
Awesome, cheers for the dealo first time shopper online £10 discount for being a new customer and quidco are offering a £10 cash back on first time order, should get 3 bottles for 43 pounds, OP legend :D, should be enough for the summer of football.

Lets just hope quidco can track this, spent 53 pounds on the tesco's site, it says on the quidco site spend at least 50 pounds on grocerys, i have spent 50 pounds on the grocerys and 3 pounds on delivery how do they know the delivery charge they range from £3 to £5 or something i hope this works!
#31
Good price if this is your thing!
#32
It says not available on-line, so how is this online as well?
#33
Jack Daniels should NEVER be mixed with Coke.

But Root Beer, that's a different story.........Mmmmmmmm
#34
JD is great on it's own (just finished a bottle of single barrel, would recommend that above any other JD i've tried), however if you mix it try ginger wine.

H&R
#35
davester2k
Jack Daniels should NEVER be mixed with Coke.

But Root Beer, that's a different story.........Mmmmmmmm


haha...ive mixed JD with all sorts of stuff...my favourite being DR PEPPER!! :whistling:
#36
grouch666
Awesome, cheers for the dealo first time shopper online £10 discount for being a new customer and quidco are offering a £10 cash back on first time order, should get 3 bottles for 43 pounds, OP legend :D, should be enough for the summer of football.

Lets just hope quidco can track this, spent 53 pounds on the tesco's site, it says on the quidco site spend at least 50 pounds on grocerys, i have spent 50 pounds on the grocerys and 3 pounds on delivery how do they know the delivery charge they range from £3 to £5 or something i hope this works!

Wow! Wish my "groceries" for the week were as easily added to my basket as yours! :whistling:
#37
kidblast
People, if you are in the market for whisky why go for an American bourbon when you can get a quality 10 year old single malt Scotch whisky for the same price.


I urge you to at least try it because it is infinitely more complex and rewarding than bourbon.



Jack Daniels is NOT a bourbon. It is a sour mash whiskey:-D To be a bourbon it has to be made in Kentucky, same as champagne has to be from the Champagne region etc

Sorry to be pedantic:oops:
#38
Agreed.

Jack Daniels is tennesse sipping whiskey.

The only other tennesse whiskey is George Dickel, now that is smooooth....its cold filtered that removed the fatty acids from the whiskey that removes the burn you get from most bourbon.

Slightly padantic...!!!

All others, Jim Beam, wild Turkey etc etc are bourbon.....

All hail to Mr Jack...!!!
#39
gunsandbanjos
Jack Daniels is NOT a bourbon. It is a sour mash whiskey:-D To be a bourbon it has to be made in Kentucky, same as champagne has to be from the Champagne region etc

Sorry to be pedantic:oops:


"Jack Daniel's, is not considered a bourbon because it is charcoal-mellowed -- slowly, drop by drop, filtered through sugar-maple charcoal -- prior to aging, which many experts say gives it a different character. The process, called the Lincoln County Process, infuses a sweet and sooty character into the distillate as it removes impurities. But up to and after the charcoal filtering, the Jack Daniel's production is much the same as any other Bourbon."

"While it may be made anywhere in the United States, it is strongly associated with the Commonwealth of Kentucky."

"On May 4, 1964, the United States Congress recognized Bourbon Whiskey as a "distinctive product of the United States." The Federal Standards of Identity for Distilled Spirits (27 C.F.R. 5.22) state that bourbon must meet these requirements:

Bourbon must be made of a grain mixture that is at least 51% corn.[1]

Bourbon must be distilled to no more than 160 (U.S.) proof (80% alcohol by volume).

Neither coloring nor flavoring may be added"

Bourbon must be aged in new, charred oak barrels. [1]

Bourbon must be entered into the barrel at no more than 125 proof (62.5% alcohol by volume).

Bourbon, like other whiskeys, may not be bottled at less than 80 proof (40% alcohol by volume.)

Bourbon which meets the above requirements and has been aged for a minimum of two years, may (but is not required to) be called Straight Bourbon.[2]

Straight Bourbon aged for a period less than four years must be labeled with the duration of its aging.

If an age is stated on the label, it must be the age of the youngest whiskey in the bottle"

:whistling:
#40
clumsden2000
All others, Jim Beam, wild Turkey etc etc are bourbon.....


Jim Beam IS also a sour mash whiskey, and goes through a very similar process as Jack (but without the charcoal filtering), which is why it is always compared to JD. There is very little difference between them in taste, with Jack being a little mellower and Jim being a little fruitier.
Jack Daniels is simply the Apple of the Sour mash/whiskey/bourbon advertising world.

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