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Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No8

Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No8


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•    Limited edition
•    Picture of worker making the charcoal
•    Collector's item
•    ABV 43%, 100cl



Charcoal filtering is the process that makes Jack Daniel’s different from bourbon whiskies. It involves dripping the whisky through 10 feet of sugar maple charcoal to filter out impurities and influence the taste. The process takes 10 days and all Jack Daniel’s whisky goes through it – it makes it mellow.

Jack Daniel’s Scenes from Lynchburg No. 8 depicts the Rickyard where the charcoal is produced. The charcoal is made “by hand” and one of the workers is also shown in the picture.

Scenes from Lynchburg is a long running series from Jack Daniel’s with bottles released periodically depicting different scenes from Lynchburg, Tennessee, home of the famous distillery.

Jack Daniel’s Scenes from Lynchburg No. 8 is no different to others in the series in that it is now a collector’s item. It comes in a 100cl bottle at 86 proof (ABV 43%).



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