For those that aren’t extremely conversant in bonded whiskey (which is comprehensible because of its rarity lately), it’s a mark of regulation that derived from the Bottled-in-Bond Act in 1897 which was the very earliest initiative to determine some form of authorized normal for the American spirit. Under these guidelines, the whiskey should be aged for 4 years in a federally bonded warehouse below U.S. Government supervision. The liquor should additionally come totally from a single distillery, be the product of a single distilling season, and be bottled at 100 proof.
Jack Daniel’s has simply debuted its first two bottles in its Bonded Series, a brand new premium line extension by the Tennessee distillery — its first in 25 years. The newest launch consists of the brand new Bonded Tennessee Whiskey and Triple Mash Blended Straight Whiskey, each coming from hand-selected barrels and each following the stringent bottled-in-bond tips.
The common Bonded label comes from a mashbill of 80% corn, 12% malted barley, and eight% rye, and options notes of oak, darkish brown sugar, and cooked fruit, giving approach to heat baking spices and a smoky end. The Triple Mash, then again, combines three completely different straight whiskies: Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye (60%), Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey (20%), and Jack Daniel’s American Malt (20%). The larger rye content material offers this bottle extra of a grain spice, rounded out with a honey sweetness with a browned bread and char end.
Both Jack Daniel’s Bonded Whiskey and Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash Blended Straight Whiskey shall be bought at choose retailers within the coming weeks and are presently out there for pre-order on ReserveBar.