Whisky Jack Daniel's White Rabbit Saloon

Limited edition American whiskey aged in new American oak barrels.
Aged in American oak barrels.
Percentage of Alcohol: 43º
Bottle size: 70 cl
Origin: E.UU.
Type of liquor: Whisky
Producer: Jack Daniel's
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Product Description

The vintage Jack Daniel's White Rabbit Saloon from Jack Daniel´s was crafted in commemoration of the 120th anniversary of the “first drink” that Jack Daniel´s offered to the world from its very own bar. This event took place inside the town of Linchburg, Tennessee, at the opening of the White Rabbit Saloon. This saloon was owned by Jack Daniel himself, and it offered genuine Tennessee Whiskey before the prohibition struck Moore County in 1909.

This whiskey has a very clean appearance and presents itself with a bright amber-gold coloured body with a precious glimmer. The nose of this whiskey has an enticing aromatic complexity with some toasted and oaky notes that are accompanied by deep remembrances of caramelized sugar, spices, and cinnamon notes. As this American whiskey is exposed to the air, toffee notes begin to appear, alongside fresh Cuban cigar intimations. There is a background of ripe banana that becomes more pungent over time.

This whiskey commemorating Jack Daniel´s White Rabbit Saloon has a lively and spicy entrance onto the palate with a silky passage. This passage is near buttery, with mellow sweetness along a wide range of sensations and flavours. There are subtle vanilla notes, toffee notes, and ove is noticeable, it is never bothersome. This whiskey has pleasant and dry oaked feel that presents balsamic hints alongside nuanced smokey notes.

It is worth noting that the White Rabbit 120 anniversary limited edition Tennessee whiskey has been offered since the fall of 2012 in only a few international markets.

Additional Information
Additional Information
Type of liquor Whisky
Origin E.UU.
Bottle size 70 cl
ageing Aged in American oak barrels.
1 Review
bang bang
Wonderfully spicy, with a remembrance of corn and a syrupy twist. Good ol stuff
Review by (Posted on 29 August 2018)
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