Described as Old No. 7 whiskey with the heat and spice of a red hot cinnamon liqueur, Tennessee Fire was the 2nd flavored whiskey added to the Jack Daniel’s line in just a 3 year period.
For the first time since Gentleman Jack made its debut in 1988, Jack Daniel’s released a new brand entering into the flavored whiskey market in the spring of 2011.
The Jack Daniel Distillery states that less than five-tenths of one percent of their whiskey is deemed worthy of the Single Barrel distinction.
The year 1988 was an exciting one for the Jack Daniel Distillery as it was the first time in decades that a new brand of whiskey was introduced.
A distinctive member of the Jack Daniel’s family, the Green Label bottle unfortunately has seen distribution cuts and is now available in only 5 states.
Accounting for almost 96% of Jack Daniel’s annual whiskey sales, the Black Label brand is the #1 selling whiskey in the world with over 150 million bottles sold worldwide every year.
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.