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Jack Daniel's Belle of Lincoln

Jack Daniel's Belle of Lincoln whiskey

 

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•    Jack Daniel’s commemorative bottle
•    From 1979/1980
•    Beautiful decanter packed with history
•    ABV 45%, 1.5cl








 

This beautiful decanter is part of the range of commemorative bottles the Jack Daniel’s distillery produces. It was made in very small quantities in 1979-1980.

Belle of Lincoln was one of the names Jack Daniel, the Jack Daniel’s founder, sold his whisky under. In his day, the distillery was in Lincoln County. As for who the Belle is, no one really knows. The Jack Daniel’s website says: “Mr Jack was a lifelong bachelor, but carried the reputation of being quite the ladies man. After his death, at least a dozen women claimed to be the ‘Belle’.”

The 1.5 litre version of Jack Daniel’s Belle of Lincoln was released for the international market. In the US, the bottle was 1.75 litres. This reproduction of the Belle of Lincoln is made from heavy glass to resemble the hand-made decanters bars would use in the 1800s. The name Jack Daniel’s is cut deeply in to the glass.

Unlike other commemorative bottles, this is not a replica in the strictest definition. Examples of the original Belle of Lincoln do not exist so Jack Daniel’s Bell of Lincoln was designed using surviving descriptions. 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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