Considered an experimental whiskey, this limited release became available in October of 2018 and was sold exclusively at the Jack Daniel Distillery and at select liquor stores around the state of Tennessee. This line of whiskeys will make up a new series of bottles with Jeff Arnett’s Master Tasters choosing each one. This series will have a few new additions per year with each being limited to about 24,000 bottles.
Sold in a 375ml bottle, the whiskey found in the High Angel’s Share Barrel bottle was barreled in January of 2013 and got its name from the the higher than normal evaporation that occurred during the aging process. This of course is referred to as the “angel’s share” that goes missing.
Information about this bottle is not provided in the book as it was released after publication.
The Ultimate Guide for Jack Daniel’s collectors and enthusiasts, this book provides an overview and history of Jack Daniel’s family of whiskeys and the many commemorative bottles released by the Distillery over the last 40 years.Get The Book