The whiskey found in the Twin Blend bottle blended Straight Tennessee Whiskey with Straight Tennessee Rye Whiskey.
The whiskey found in the Jamaican Allspice bottle was finished with Jamaican Allspice wood for approximately 180 days before being bottled.
The whiskey found in the Barrel Reunion # 2 bottle matured in a barrel that was previously used for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and then a local brewery’s oatmeal stout.
The whiskey found in the Barrel Proof Rye bottle matured at the highest reaches of barrel house # 01-05.
The whiskey found in the Barrel Reunion # 1 bottle matured in a barrel that was previously used for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey and then Tennessee red wine.
The whiskey found in the Hickory Smoked bottle has a smoky flavor as a result of maturing in barrels with charred hickory staves.
The High Angel’s Share Barrel bottle was named for the higher than normal evaporation (or angel’s share) that occurred during the aging process.
The Ultimate Guides for Jack Daniel’s collectors and enthusiasts, these books provide an overview and history of Jack Daniel’s family of whiskeys and the many commemorative bottles released by the Distillery over the last 50 years.