Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Rye
Ref : 477364
i.e. 74.30 € / liter
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The word “Whisky” refers to a grain spirit (malted or not) produced in Scotland whereas the “Whiskey” is produced in Ireland or in the United States where it is commonly called "Bourbon". To get this designation, the whiskey must be filtered through a layer of maple wood that has a thickness of 3 meters before being put in barrels.
Domain and appellation
Founded in 1866 by Jack Daniel, 19 years old, the Jack Daniel’s distillery located in Lynchburg in the Tennessee is the oldest distillery registered in the United States.
- Manufacturing: Barrels are placed on the highest floors of the cellars (where variations of temperature are the most intense). This privileged place ensures an optimal exchange between the oak of the barrels and the whiskey. This whiskey is made of 70% of rye, which brings complex flavors of ripe fruits and roasted oak.