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. Appreciating it for what it is and not comparing it your favorite straight whiskey, aspecial edition winter drink from Jack Daniel’s, originally made for the Jack-crazy German market.
Aromas of baked apples rose. To spray a seasonal scents, did the additional flavors of cinnamon, honey cakes, gingerbread and candied fruits the rest. In addition to the flavors, especially the outstanding mildness. In the mouth of Whiskey Punch also was very mild and the apple flavor was dominant here. On the positive side is that a certain sweetness in the mouth was present but, although this is not overly conspicuous or even negative. Associations came immediately with vanilla ice cream and warm apple pie. The eventual departure also showed apple, but this time not of the sweet but sour on the side. A slightly sour apple flavor remained so on the palate.