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Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No.11

Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No.11


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•  11th bottle in long-running series
•  Features The Cave Spring
•  Collector's item
•  ABV 43%, 100cl




Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg is a series of whisky bottles honouring the town now synonymous with the Jack Daniel's Distillery. This is the 11th in the series.

Each bottle features a picture of a scene from the distillery - or somewhere else in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No.11 has a picture of The Cave Spring.

Jack Daniel decided to build his distillery in Lynchburg because of this spring. According to legend he made his decision on the location because of the quality of the water, which flows at a constant rate and temperature. It is also virtually iron free.

There were other considerations, however, that were probably more important than a spring to the shrewd 19th century businessman, like the close proximity of Lynchburg to reliable railway transportation. At the time (the Jack Daniel's Distillery was established in Lynchburg in 1866), such transports links were vital for any ambitious whisky maker.

The Cave Spring, or Cave Spring Hollow as it used to be known, is still an important part of the Jack Daniel's story.

Inside the bottle of Jack Daniel's Scenes from Lynchburg No.11 is 1 litre of Old No.7 (the ABV 43% version), but this bottle is about more than just the whisky. It is a collector's item. Some of the earlier bottles in the series are getting harder and harder to come by so No.11 should have wide appeal.

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 Jack Daniel's Distillery, Lynchberg, Tennessee, USA
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