Sour mash whiskey made in Lynchburg, Tennessee. Sour mash means that mash from the previous day is used to start the fermentation process.
Filtered through sugar maple charcoal. It takes about 10 days for the whiskey to drip through the charcoal and this process mellows the whiskey.
Aged a minimum of four years in charred, new white oak barrels for a minimum of 4 years. As the seasons and temperatures change, the whiskey
works in and out of the charred oak which gives it its color and adds to the flavors. The Jack Daniels Distillery is the oldest registered distillery in
the U.S., dating back to 1866. Vanilla, caramel and almond flavors. Finishes of charcoal and honey