We do things a little differently around here – and that’s what gives Jack Daniel’s its distinctive character. We Charcoal Mellow our whiskey drop by drop, then let it age in our own handcrafted barrels. And we don’t follow a calendar. Our Tennessee Sippin’ Whiskey is ready only when our tasters say it is. We use our senses, just like Jack Daniel himself did. In fact, more than a century later, our Tennessee Whiskey is still judged the same way. By the way it looks. By the way it smells. And of course, by the way it tastes. Jack Daniels Master Distiller #1 is the first in a new limited edition series from the makers of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey. The package highlights the “Golden Age of Jack Danie” when Mr. Jack’s recipe and quality craftmanship practices were born. Gold foil accents hightlight the label and neck band. The side labels tell the story of how the legend was born and how Mr. Jack’s philosophy of “Every Day We Make It, We’ll Make It The Best We Can” still holds true today.
Tennessee Fire is first and foremost a cinnamon liqueur. The bouquet on Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire is sweet candy red hots, atomic fireballs, and Hot Tamales – pure candy in a glass. Underneath the overwhelming candied cinnamon is vanilla and sugar. It takes a herculean effort for the bouquet to get through all that to any semblance of the whiskey below, which only reads like a faint oak note. The entry for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire is sweet and spicy. The candied cinnamon from the bouquet is right there on the palate. The finish is long and very sweet with the candied cinnamon gently fading on the palate.