Scenes from Lynchburg – Bottle # 11


The image on this bottle shows the iron-free water used to create every drop of Jack Daniel’s whiskey before it is enjoyed around the world. Because iron can ruin a whiskey’s taste and color, this spring played a huge role in Jack Daniel establishing his Distillery at this location.

Following the U.S. debut of this series in 2003, a new bottle in the series was released every year with the exception of 2010. In the U.S. these “Scenes” bottles are available in a 750ml size with 86 proof whiskey, and are not sold in a box or with a hang tag. This series can also be found in Europe (debuted in 1998) as 1 liter bottles filled with 86 proof whiskey and in Canada as 750ml bottles filled with 80 proof whiskey.

Additional information about this bottle will be provided in Volume III of the Jack Daniel’s Bottle Collector’s Guide which has an anticipated release in 2024.