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Jack Daniel's Green Label Tennessee Whiskey

From: Tennessee, United States Liquor Review Category: Tennessee Whiskey American Whiskey

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Jack Daniel Distillery began in 1863 when Jack Daniel--working for one Dan Call--purchased the still he was working at when he was 13 years old. It was registered in 1866 giving rise to the claim of the "oldest distillery in the US." The still is located at a cave where "cave spring water" that is "virtually iron free" is used for making the whiskey. 

Tennessee Whiskey (note: not bourbon) is filtered through "ten feet" of sugar maple charcoal, which "imparts a distinct smoothness" to the whiskey.

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This bottle has 7 ratings and 6 reviews.
Andy1991 Andy1991 (24)
Rating: 3.0 (2015-08-21)
You can tell the difference between the black label and this. Its not bad. If Im cheap and want something decent, Ill get this.
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Muncher Muncher (584)
Rating: 2.0 (2015-03-27)
I saw a flask bottle of it behind the register so I thought I'd give it a shot. Maybe it was the appealing green label that sucked me in. On the nose it seems to be identical to the No 7. The nose is the best part of this whiskey; from there it's just downhill. On the palate it's inferior to the No 7 in every way. The green, while similar (caramel, banana, corn sweetness, oaky spice), is less flavorful, less refined, and has a sourness to it. If you're going to buy some Jack, either buy the old No7 or splurge and get the wonderful Single Barrel.
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Joebazz Joebazz (27)
Rating: 1.0 (2015-02-12)
Save your money.Not that tasty.A little less charcoal than black label JD.Kinda like medicine.Sorry.
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scollings scollings (97)
Rating: 1.0 (2014-03-26)
Is this just repackaged Lem Motlow ?
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jerfrog jerfrog (1)
Rating: 4.0 (2013-04-11)
I'm very new to whiskey so take my opinion lightly... This was my first whiskey and now I love Jack Daniel's! My next buy was black label and even my immature palate can taste the difference. Green label is great and I would get it for mixing, but black label is not much more expensive and is much, much better.
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christoff christoff (3)
Rating: 1.0 (2012-11-25)
Fiery and young buy old no 7
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