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Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Rye

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Rye whiskey from Jack Daniel's - no, you're not imagining it! Their first new grain recipe in 150 years is a tasty rye, made with 70% rye, 18% corn and 12% malted barley. What's more, this rye is draw... Read more

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Drink Supermarket N/A 54.99 31.08 29.53 36.21 17.28
Master of Malt 61.15 57.90 57.67 56.99 56.99 53.32
Ocado 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00 52.00
OnBuy N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A 60.45
The Bottle Club 54.49 54.49 54.49 54.49 54.70 54.76
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Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Rye is available for the lowest price of £48.95. This is information is sourced from 8 online retailers, confirming this is the most affordable price available at this moment.

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Name Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Rye
Brand Jack Daniel's
Average Price £54.31
Type American Whiskey

Product Properties

Volume 700ml
Alcohol Content (ABV) 45%
Country of Origin USA
Created On CasKompare 02-18-2022

Product Description

Rye whiskey from Jack Daniel's - no, you're not imagining it! Their first new grain recipe in 150 years is a tasty rye, made with 70% rye, 18% corn and 12% malted barley. What's more, this rye is drawn from single barrels.~ Master of Malt

Order Now: Experience the smooth taste and rich aroma of Jack Daniel's American Whiskey by ordering your 700ml bottle today With an ABV of45, this premium whisky is the perfect addition to any collection or for sharing with friends. Order now.

About The Brand: Jack Daniel's

Tennessee whiskey is sold under the brand name Jack Daniel's. It is created at the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee, which has been a part of the Brown-Forman Corporation since 1956. In the fiscal year that ended on April 30, 2017, Jack Daniel's 'Black Label' Tennessee whiskey, which comes in square bottles, sold 12.5 million nine-liter cases. More than 16.1 million equivalent adjusted cases for the whole Jack Daniel's family of brands, including other brand variants including Tennessee Honey, Gentleman Jack, Tennessee Fire, and ready-to-drink (RTD) products. Jack Daniel's is distilled in copper stills from a mash that contains 80% maize, 12% rye, and 8% malted barley. Then, 10-foot (3.0 m) stacks of sugar maple charcoal are used to filter it. This screening process is referred to as 'mellowing' by the corporation. The Lincoln County Process, an additional step, eliminates contaminants and corn flavor. According to the manufacturer, this additional process distinguishes the product from bourbon. However, in accordance with the requirements of the North American Free Trade Agreement and Canadian legislation, Tennessee whiskey must be 'a straight Bourbon Whiskey.' The Jack Daniel's brand grinds its charcoal before utilizing it for filtration, which makes the process stand apart. After filtration, the whiskey is kept in freshly made, hand-crafted oak barrels, which are responsible for much of the whiskey's flavor and color. It is described as a 'sour mash' whiskey on the product label, which indicates that some of the wet solids from an earlier batch are added while making the mash in order to improve the consistency of the fermentation process. In the manufacture of American whiskey, this is standard procedure. (As of 2005, the sour mash method is used to make all pure bourbon.) Prior to 2014, Brown-Forman in Louisville, Kentucky, produced the company's barrels. The business started a second cooperage in Trinity, Alabama, that same year.

Read more about Jack Daniel's on their website.

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