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Jack Daniel's 1915 Gold Medal

Jack Daniel's 1915 Gold Medal whiskey

 

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•  Commemorative bottle
•  Part of American whiskey history
•  For the enthusiast or collector
•  ABV 43%, 100cl

 









 

In 1915 Lem Motlow was running the Jack Daniel’s Distillery. He was the nephew of the founder, Jack Daniel.

This was a time when legislators in the US were turning against the industry. Prohibition was introduced in Tennessee in 1909 and there were increasing signs of the impending full country ban on distilling and consuming alcohol, which eventually came into force in 1920.

Despite this difficult atmosphere, Lem Motlow believed completely in Jack Daniel’s. He sent his whisky to a competition in London where it won the gold medal, the fifth such accolade won by Jack Daniel’s Whiskey.

This commemorative bottle marks that event. It is one for the enthusiast or collector. More...





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Production
Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchberg, Tennessee, USA
The story
Jack Daniel's is not bourbon * Jack Daniel, master distiller * Production process * Legend of Old No. 7






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