The whiskey in Green Label bottles has a smoother taste and lighter color, but while it is not nearly as popular as the Black Label brand, there is something about this bottle that collectors around the world can’t get enough of. Most likely it is the mystery of the Green Label bottle that keeps its popularity high, as there are frequent rumors of it being discontinued. Not knowing if or where one might find it next, along with the constant threat of extinction, is enough to keep anyone’s interest…
Historically, Green Label whiskey has followed the same general pattern as the Black Label whiskey but with a slightly different timeline…Current Green Label bottles are produced in the Evo bottle with 80 proof whiskey. Found only in select states (currently New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Texas, and Tennessee), available bottle sizes include: 100ml flask, 200ml flask, 375ml flask, 750ml square, 1L square and 1.75L square.
More detailed information about this bottle provided in Volume I of the Jack Daniel’s Bottle Collector’s Guide.
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