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  • Every day we make it, we'll make it the best we can.

    Every drop of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is still made in Lynchburg, Tennessee at the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Mr. Jack chose to establish his distillery in this location to take advantage of the Cave Spring that provides the cool, ironfree water essential to great tasting whiskey.

    Before maturing in new American oak barrels, the whiskey is dripped through ten feet of sugar maple charcoal. It is this step that distinguishes Jack Daniel’s from bourbon and makes it a Tennessee Whiskey.

    Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is a completely natural product. It is crafted from pure, iron-free spring water, yeast, and 100% natural whole grains: corn, rye, and barley malt.

    We make our whiskey as our fathers made it for the last seven generations. And if Mr. Jack were here today, we're pretty sure he'd approve.


    Tennesse Honey

    Now there's a new way to enjoy Jack Daniel's.

    Tennessee Honey is crafted with Jack Daniel's Old No.7 Tennessee Whiskey.
    The Whiskey is blended with a honey liqueur
    resulting in a taste that is authentically Jack and naturally smooth.

    Bottled at 70 proof it provides consumers with the pleasing balance of honey notes while retaining the distinctive taste of Jack Daniel's.

    The Family

    Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskeys share a family resemblance. Each of them calls Lynchburg (pop. 361), Tennessee, and America’s oldest registered distillery, home. They’re all made with the same ingredients: corn, rye, barley malt and iron-free water from our limestone Cave Spring.

    Each one comes of age on the Moore County hillside, maturing in newly charred, white oak barrels. And, they all acquire their smooth charcoal-mellowed character by making the same journey drop by drop through 10 feet of hard sugar maple charcoal.

    Although they share these family traits, they enjoy their own individual tastes.


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