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Jack Daniel’s presents the exclusive Bottled-in-Bond whiskey for travellers

Discover all the secrets of our traveler’s exclusive Jack Daniel’s 

Whiskey lovers and Jack Daniel’s fans will be delighted with this traveller’s exclusive edition. Never compromising on quality, they now look to captivate the palates of millions of travellers across the world. Have you tasted it yet? If not, what are you waiting for?

Bottled-in-Bond

In the late 1800s, not everyone respected quality as much as Jack Daniel did. Store owners would often buy whiskey by the barrel straight from the distillers, and add dyes or cut it with chemicals when they bottled it to increase their profits before selling it to customers. You can imagine how that wasn’t in the best interest of people who were just looking for a few smooth sips.

So in 1895, Jack began bottling his Tennessee Whiskey in his iconic square bottle. He wanted to know exactly what was in every single bottle that bore his name. He knew the best way to sell his whiskey was on the promise of quality. Two years after Jack’s decision, the government passed the Bottled in Bond Act. It certified the quality of any whiskey carrying an official designation on the bottle.

To earn this distinction, a whiskey had to be aged at least four years and be bottled at 100 proof, at one distillery, during a single season. Jack’s whiskey easily earned the distinction. After all, Jack had been doing it years before anybody suggested it. 120 years later, the Bottled in Bond Act is proof of America’s commitment to ensuring the quality of the whiskey. Moreover, Jack Daniel’s Bottled in Bond whiskey is a tribute to the man who believed in quality from the very beginning.

 

Flavour notes

If you pour a measure of this rich and bold Tennessee whiskey, the first thing you will notice is the deep amber colour. Lift the glass, and taste the toffee paired with subtle touches of banana. When you take a sip, you will be able to taste vanilla caramel, along with a toasted oak flavour. The finish is creamy and showcases the classic smoothness of Jack Daniel’s.

How to drink it

After purchasing your bottle, have a little time alone with the whiskey. As it is bottled at 100 Proof, you will encounter two different experiences. The first sip will prepare your palate, then the second will reveal all the different flavours. If you are new to whiskey drinking, or simply want to learn more about new ways of tasting, we recommend three infallible ideas to help enjoy this blend.

 

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• To get the full taste of this fine sippin’ Tennessee Whiskey: Put an ice cube in a glass, pour one measure of whiskey, and drink slowly.

• An iconic Jack Daniel’s serve: For those who like to mix their Jack Daniel’s, this works perfectly with cola. Mix one part of Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond, three parts cola, and an ice cube. Garnish with a lime slice if desired.
 
• More elaborate: If you want to experiment with new flavours, try this. Mix one part of Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond, one measure of Ginger Beer, and one part lemon-lime soda. You can add ice, and garnish with a slice of lemon it’s so easy to recreate at home.

If you are a traveller looking for something unique and different, and a whiskey fan, or simply someone who wants to buy a premium gift, do not miss this opportunity to add Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond to your hand luggage.

Jack Daniel’s Bottled-in-Bond

A Travellers' exclusive Jack Daniel's. Bearing the Bottle-in-Bond designation of quality.

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