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Jack Daniel's Legacy Edition Old No 7 Tennessee Whiskey - 70cl - £16 - Asda
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Jack Daniel's Legacy Edition Old No 7 Tennessee Whiskey - 70cl - £16 - Asda

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Posted 12th Sep 2019

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This was already a fantastic price at £20 but now it's been "rolled back" to £16.

For those who don't know, this is the JD that they use in their Master Distiller's Edition bottles and comes in at 43% instead of the usual 40%

Much nicer than regular Jack Daniel's

UPDATE: Now also available at Amazon Prime Now for the same price.


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This limited edition legacy Jack Daniel's label is reminiscent of an early 1900s era design created in Mr. Jack's Day. It's a colorful precursor to the now familiar Jack Daniel's Old No 7 black and white label and a nod to the exuberance of the age. "Everyday day we make it, we'll make it the best we can" Jack Daniel™
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I visited the JD Distillery in July when I went to Lynchburg, Tennessee. Quite interesting there and free to go in and look around (like a museum detailing the whole history of Jack Daniels). If you wanted to tour the actual distillery where they make it today then it cost something like $30 or so each, which we didn't bother doing as firstly America has got very expensive in recent years so we'd already overspent at that point, and secondly it was the cricket world cup final that day so we spent quite a large part of it listening on our phone!

Interestingly the nearby town centre was dominated by shops selling JD merch and numerous JD flavoured things such as BBQ sauce (countless varieties), Dips, spices for food, crisps, nuts etc., and we went in many shops and quickly discovered it was Trump land lol! Jeepers, they're somewhat right wing out in Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia. They love Trump out there big time! We saw countless road signs with bullet holes in them lol! Real red neck places we drove through, but wonderful countryside and to be fair the people were great. What was also interesting is that the county where the distillery is located (Moore County) is a dry county, meaning you cannot consume alcohol anywhere in that county, even today. So no bars, pubs or anything selling alcohol to drink. You can buy it there, but are not allowed to drink it (apparently not even in your home!). But they did sell all sorts of types of JD at the distillery.

Anyway, I digress. I saw a bottle of this (and quite a few other editions) for sale in their gift shop. The price was somewhere around $35-$40 (£28-£32) and this was one of around 6 or 7 special editions that they proudly exclaimed was ONLY available in the distillery, nowhere else. I think their bottle was 1 litre, but can't be sure as some were 1 litre and other bottles 70cl. Hmm I thought, as I was sure I'd seen this (and some of the others) for sale in the UK. So I whipped out my phone and googled it - right enough, it was on Amazon UK and at that time was, I think, £20. I think all but one of the others "only available in this distillery" were actually available on Amazon UK and every one of them for much less than in the distillery! There was a couple there also from the UK talking about buying some of these special editions and I couldn't help but tell them they were available in the UK cheaper. They were very pleased to hear so put the bottles back. So basically a real crock of the brown stuff as their claims were not true.

So getting back to the deal, it's a great price. It's very strange that these come all the way from Tennessee, so the cost of transport, plus VAT, Customs and import duties will be added on making it a large part of the cost, yet they are so cheap here compared to the US. Seems like the Americans are being somewhat taken advantage of!



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'its nice, but cheaper at my local Asda £12.01
...erm...12/09/2019 23:46

'its nice, but cheaper at my local Asda £12.01


Super helpful.
thekitkatshuffler12/09/2019 23:54

Super helpful.


There was even a deal on here about it.
Think @TheAngryMob posted it.

Wasn't complaining about your deal, it is still very valid. Sorry if I trod on your toes.
...erm...13/09/2019 00:03

There was even a deal on here about it. Think @TheAngryMob posted it. …There was even a deal on here about it. Think @TheAngryMob posted it. Wasn't complaining about your deal, it is still very valid. Sorry if I trod on your toes.


I'm not fussed about my deal, but it might be worth mentioning where your local Asda is so others can benefit.

Glad you got such a good bargain, matey.
How long is the deal on for?
It's the same old generic, lackluster Jack with a different label.
Edited by: "Seanspeed" 13th Sep 2019
Seanspeed13/09/2019 08:01

It's the same old generic, lackluster Jack with a different label.


Are you dense? Since when was generic JD 43% ABV?
Edited by: "thekitkatshuffler" 13th Sep 2019
thekitkatshuffler13/09/2019 08:58

Are you dense? Since when was generic JD 43% proof?


Since probably whilst it was on it's way to becoming 80 proof.
Edited by: "PWolf" 13th Sep 2019
PWolf13/09/2019 16:00

Since probably whilst it was on it's way to becoming 80 proof. …Since probably whilst it was on it's way to becoming 80 proof.


70 proof in the UK.
nickhuk13/09/2019 16:27

80


70

Proof in the UK is 1.75 times the ABV. It's only double in America, where they don't do sums real good.
I visited the JD Distillery in July when I went to Lynchburg, Tennessee. Quite interesting there and free to go in and look around (like a museum detailing the whole history of Jack Daniels). If you wanted to tour the actual distillery where they make it today then it cost something like $30 or so each, which we didn't bother doing as firstly America has got very expensive in recent years so we'd already overspent at that point, and secondly it was the cricket world cup final that day so we spent quite a large part of it listening on our phone!

Interestingly the nearby town centre was dominated by shops selling JD merch and numerous JD flavoured things such as BBQ sauce (countless varieties), Dips, spices for food, crisps, nuts etc., and we went in many shops and quickly discovered it was Trump land lol! Jeepers, they're somewhat right wing out in Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia. They love Trump out there big time! We saw countless road signs with bullet holes in them lol! Real red neck places we drove through, but wonderful countryside and to be fair the people were great. What was also interesting is that the county where the distillery is located (Moore County) is a dry county, meaning you cannot consume alcohol anywhere in that county, even today. So no bars, pubs or anything selling alcohol to drink. You can buy it there, but are not allowed to drink it (apparently not even in your home!). But they did sell all sorts of types of JD at the distillery.

Anyway, I digress. I saw a bottle of this (and quite a few other editions) for sale in their gift shop. The price was somewhere around $35-$40 (£28-£32) and this was one of around 6 or 7 special editions that they proudly exclaimed was ONLY available in the distillery, nowhere else. I think their bottle was 1 litre, but can't be sure as some were 1 litre and other bottles 70cl. Hmm I thought, as I was sure I'd seen this (and some of the others) for sale in the UK. So I whipped out my phone and googled it - right enough, it was on Amazon UK and at that time was, I think, £20. I think all but one of the others "only available in this distillery" were actually available on Amazon UK and every one of them for much less than in the distillery! There was a couple there also from the UK talking about buying some of these special editions and I couldn't help but tell them they were available in the UK cheaper. They were very pleased to hear so put the bottles back. So basically a real crock of the brown stuff as their claims were not true.

So getting back to the deal, it's a great price. It's very strange that these come all the way from Tennessee, so the cost of transport, plus VAT, Customs and import duties will be added on making it a large part of the cost, yet they are so cheap here compared to the US. Seems like the Americans are being somewhat taken advantage of!



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For those curious, I bought this today. And did a pepsi challange between this and regular JD one right after the other.

And I can say I was surprised by the difference, this is considerably nicer. Its the same tasting profile as regular JD but just has more flavour to it and just feels like JD on steroids.

As in like trying a 12 year old whisky, and then getting the 15 year old version of it and trying one right after the other (I am not saying it is, that but thats how it felt as it is just a more flavourful version of JD).

I then tried Gentleman Jack after that, which tastes very different, that is a more subtle subdued whisky. And TBH I prefered this over it.

If you like JD this is the one to get especially at this price.
Phila413/09/2019 19:45

I visited the JD Distillery in July when I went to Lynchburg, Tennessee. …I visited the JD Distillery in July when I went to Lynchburg, Tennessee. Quite interesting there and free to go in and look around (like a museum detailing the whole history of Jack Daniels). If you wanted to tour the actual distillery where they make it today then it cost something like $30 or so each, which we didn't bother doing as firstly America has got very expensive in recent years so we'd already overspent at that point, and secondly it was the cricket world cup final that day so we spent quite a large part of it listening on our phone!Interestingly the nearby town centre was dominated by shops selling JD merch and numerous JD flavoured things such as BBQ sauce (countless varieties), Dips, spices for food, crisps, nuts etc., and we went in many shops and quickly discovered it was Trump land lol! Jeepers, they're somewhat right wing out in Tennessee, Alabama & Georgia. They love Trump out there big time! We saw countless road signs with bullet holes in them lol! Real red neck places we drove through, but wonderful countryside and to be fair the people were great. What was also interesting is that the county where the distillery is located (Moore County) is a dry county, meaning you cannot consume alcohol anywhere in that county, even today. So no bars, pubs or anything selling alcohol to drink. You can buy it there, but are not allowed to drink it (apparently not even in your home!). But they did sell all sorts of types of JD at the distillery.Anyway, I digress. I saw a bottle of this (and quite a few other editions) for sale in their gift shop. The price was somewhere around $35-$40 (£28-£32) and this was one of around 6 or 7 special editions that they proudly exclaimed was ONLY available in the distillery, nowhere else. I think their bottle was 1 litre, but can't be sure as some were 1 litre and other bottles 70cl. Hmm I thought, as I was sure I'd seen this (and some of the others) for sale in the UK. So I whipped out my phone and googled it - right enough, it was on Amazon UK and at that time was, I think, £20. I think all but one of the others "only available in this distillery" were actually available on Amazon UK and every one of them for much less than in the distillery! There was a couple there also from the UK talking about buying some of these special editions and I couldn't help but tell them they were available in the UK cheaper. They were very pleased to hear so put the bottles back. So basically a real crock of the brown stuff as their claims were not true.So getting back to the deal, it's a great price. It's very strange that these come all the way from Tennessee, so the cost of transport, plus VAT, Customs and import duties will be added on making it a large part of the cost, yet they are so cheap here compared to the US. Seems like the Americans are being somewhat taken advantage of![Image]


I think people from Tennessee are among the nicest and mosy friendly and welcoming people you can find. (Even if they did vote for Trump, though I am not sure who you know who someone voted for in an election.)
Anthonyuk13/09/2019 21:22

For those curious, I bought this today. And did a pepsi challange between …For those curious, I bought this today. And did a pepsi challange between this and regular JD one right after the other.And I can say I was surprised by the difference, this is considerably nicer. Its the same tasting profile as regular JD but just has more flavour to it and just feels like JD on steroids.As in like trying a 12 year old whisky, and then getting the 15 year old version of it and trying one right after the other (I am not saying it is, that but thats how it felt as it is just a more flavourful version of JD).I then tried Gentleman Jack after that, which tastes very different, that is a more subtle subdued whisky. And TBH I prefered this over it.If you like JD this is the one to get especially at this price.


This man knows.

I ordered 4 bottles for delivery today and they substituted 3 of them for regular JD. Got to be honest; I spat in the driver's face.

Then ordered another 3 for delivery tomorrow.
thekitkatshuffler13/09/2019 21:35

This man knows. I ordered 4 bottles for delivery today and they …This man knows. I ordered 4 bottles for delivery today and they substituted 3 of them for regular JD. Got to be honest; I spat in the driver's face.Then ordered another 3 for delivery tomorrow.


It's always nice to tip the driver
...erm...13/09/2019 00:03

There was even a deal on here about it. Think @TheAngryMob posted it. … There was even a deal on here about it. Think @TheAngryMob posted it. Wasn't complaining about your deal, it is still very valid. Sorry if I trod on your toes.


@thekitkatshuffler Heya.

THIS was my deal from a few months back, and the Legacy is still £12.01 in store at a few round Sheffield and Chesterfield
this offer is still on just got 5 of them christmas presents sorted early
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