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Jack Daniel's Green Label Bottled in the early 1990s

Rare Jack Daniel's Green Label whiskey bottled in the 1990s

 

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•    Rarer Green Label version
•    Bottled early 1990s
•    Collectors’ item
•    ABV 40%, 100cl








 

This collectors’ bottle of Jack Daniel’s Green Label whisky was bottled in the early 1990s. It is a 100cl bottle made to the modern style of ABV 40%.

Generally, the Green Label Jack Daniel’s is harder to find in the UK than the world-famous Old No.7 “black label”. From a production point-of-view the Green Label is Jack Daniel’s lower-end brand. It is not aged as long as other Jack Daniel’s whiskies and it is bottled from barrels that spent their time in the lower floors and towards the centre of the warehouses while aging. In those locations, the whisky matures slower.

The end result is lighter and far less sweet whisky that makes a great basis for a cocktail.

Making a cocktail with a bottle of Jack Daniel’s like this – an early 1990s bottling - will probably be the last thing on your mind, we know. For the investor or collector, if its available, this is ideal. 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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