American Whiskey - Tennessee Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey

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

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Tier 3
This is a Tier 3 score in the Whiskey category. It means critics recommended the spirit but it will be a value brand or have an exotic taste.
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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.

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This bottle has 60 ratings and 56 reviews.
Andy1991 Andy1991 (26)
Rating: 4.0 (2016-12-06)
Ah, good ol JD! One of my favorite whiskies from my favorite whiskey brand! Great mixed with Coke and my go-to for Old Fashioneds. Ill drink this straight from time to time. I do get a banana note to it, which nobody I know notices til I mention it lol.
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KaiserSoze KaiserSoze (235)
Rating: 3.0 (2016-10-12)
I haven't bought a bottle since I was in college (over 15 years ago), but will admit, I do enjoy this every now and again straight, on the rocks. Similar to BDanner in his spot-on review, I find myself at party's and social gatherings with a limited libation section where this is usually the only whisk(e)y. JD on the rocks is my go-to. It's not bland, it goes down easy, and it's unique...and that's good enough for me. It falls into the same category as Grey Goose, Absolut, Cuervo, Patron, etc. where the cost is strictly driven by marketing - over-priced & over-hyped. Will I ever buy a bottle in the future, NO, at least not for me. But I don't mind enjoying this when the time is right.
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Tango Tango (124)
Rating: 2.5 (2016-10-11)
Jack Daniels is overpriced for the kind of quality you get.It has honey ,charcoal, pipe tobacco nose and entry with brief finish of smoke with whisk of vanilla.There is no real character .The massive charcoal filtering tries to smooth the rough edges out but removes some of taste. More aging is needed It is too young especially for the price.George Dickel No12.is much better for same price.
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chowdah chowdah (20)
Rating: 3.0 (2016-07-02)
Not strong nor overwhelming. Does mix well.
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Vossmeister Vossmeister (52)
Rating: 2.0 (2016-06-12)
A classic, but not drinkable without mixers
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cgtboy1988 cgtboy1988 (119)
Rating: 3.0 (2016-04-29)
So Jack is the classic Tennessee. It is sweet. It is simple. Notes include maple and chocolate with perhaps some caramel, none of which are particularly strong. Despite being on the bourbon side, Jack and Evan (white label) taste very similar to me. Jack is perhaps a bit sweeter and may have a slight bit more flavor, but for the price Evan wins in my book. Nonetheless, I have no problem sipping on Jack and it mixes quite well. At the price point, I do not often choose Jack Old 7. I do quite enjoy Gentleman's, though, and around here I can usually get the Gentleman's for $33/handle as opposed to $30/handle on regular Jack, so for me there is no real point in going with the base model for me.
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protosaurus protosaurus (5)
Rating: 3.0 (2016-03-12)
One to use as a mixer, bit rough when straight or on the rocks, it seems to go well with coke for some reason. I only buy this whiskey when it's on offer, otherwise it's Buffalo Trace for me which is usually a bit cheaper and tastier.
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Shmotch Shmotch (68)
Rating: 3.0 (2016-02-29)
My first encounter with Jack Daniels was as a seventeen year old...had no clue how to handle my alcohol let alone whiskey at this point...not a happy ending to that story, as it took me years to get over an initial reflexive gagging when I even so much as smelled JD...I would not drink this stuff straight, best with Coca Cola on ice and good luck...2.5/5
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Cranecreek Cranecreek (164)
Rating: 2.0 (2016-01-18)
Just as well weight in on Jack. Its no more than a 2 star mostly because of price. I judge this whiskey against bourbons also. Because it is a bourbon, just that the marketing department has decided "lets leave well enough alone". Way over priced, for $26 you can buy some pretty good bourbon. The other "Tennessee Whiskey" George Dickel is a better whiskey if that's all you are comparing it to. There is a flavor about jack Daniels that has some chocolate and cocoa in it. Its in the nose also. So if I absolutely had to have a mixed drink I would probably have a Jack & Coke. They just go good together. Doesn't change the 2 star tho !
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Erzengel Erzengel (50)
Rating: 2.0 (2016-01-16)
Nice smooth woody nose. The whisky starts rough with hints of wood and hints of smooth vanilla. A bit too rough and one-dimensional. Not much depth, fast disappearing aftertaste. Nice as a mixer, but as on its own only ok for the price. 2.3
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Gammonator Gammonator (20)
Rating: 2.0 (2016-01-10)
Never have been a fan of old number 7, need to try as a mix drink.
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Kinaner Kinaner (27)
Rating: 4.0 (2015-12-02)
In all honesty I feel like Jack gets a bad rep. It's pretty inoffensive and mixes well with coke. It's most certainly not a whiskey that you want to drink straight but that's really not what it's made for, it's a bottom shelf whiskey brand so treat it like one.
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Review Comments
BDanner (2015-12-04):
I understand your point, but if it's a bottom shelf whiskey brand and we should review it as such, then it should be priced accordingly. It is not priced bottom shelf, in fact at $25 plus, i't actually considered a premium. See my list below of other whiskeys you can buy for the same or less money...All of which are decidedly not bottom shelf.

Madcap (2016-01-21):
I wish I lived in a place where Buffalo Trace or Elijah Craig didn't cost an extra seven or eight dollars over a bottle of JD! I suppose volume sales allow them to remain at a more competitive price point in foreign markets. That being said, there still are better options available for less money.

BDanner BDanner (275)
Rating: 2.0 (2015-11-20)
Like most Tennessee whiskey, char heavy with mild banana cream sweetness. Warming pleasant finish. I do drink Jack out some, especially in bars/restaurants where the brown liquor selection is Jack, Jim, Crown and Seagrams 7 (would it kill these places to buy a decent bottle of bourbon?). Rarely buy this for home in anything larger than a 50ml to throw in a Coke. It's not that it's bad, it's just over priced. A partial list of whiskies I can buy for the same $27 (or less): Elijah Craig, Buffalo Trace, Old Grandad BIB, Weller Antique, Rittenhouse, Larceny, Wild Turkey 101 and the far better Tennessee product, Dickel No. 12. With those options, why would I pick Old No.7?
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Muncher (2015-11-21):
Excellent review. I agree wholeheartedly.....and I'd like to try the Larceny bourbon that you and many others compliment but for some messed up reason it's not sold in the Midwest! Strange.

BDanner (2015-12-10):
Make you a deal Muncher...I'll send you some 50mls of Larceny if you'll send me some 50 mls of the Four Roses Yellow Label which for some reason disappeared here before I could try it.

US Spirit US Spirit (74)
Rating: 5.0 (2015-11-16)
Yes I'm biased, I literally cut my teeth with this whiskey (that is my parents used to rub this on my gums when I was teething). I'm still a big fan. Objectively is this a high quality spirit? Its decent rather than great, and also few dollars more expensive than it likely ought to be. Around me its about $25 for a fifth, and its probably more in line with a $21 bottle (that is better than Beam or Evan Williams not as good as Old Forester). Even at 80 proof, this isn't the smoothest bourbon around (the distinction between "Tennessee Whiskey" and Bourbon is a marketing gimmick, some Tennessee Whiskies aren't charcoal filtered, some Bourbons are, and all TW's meet the standards of Straight Bourbon), but the burn is not intolerable even neat. Jack N Coke is delicious, and its also one of my favorite bourbons to use in a whiskey sour, and this is my most frequently ordered bourbon on the rocks when at a bar (admittedly this is partly due to the price and availability). For smoothness I give it a 5 out of 10 (if I don't take into account the fact that its rougher than many higher proof whiskies). Flavor I give it a 9.5 out of 10. The nose and taste are pretty similar: oaked maple syrup with just a hint of corn and a hint of rye. Even though this doesn't fit my typical preference for a mash bill (not enough rye), I still love the taste. Personally, I also prefer this over Dickel, (Dickel is both smoother and cheaper, but also has a weird chemical aftertaste imo like someone spilled dish water in the bottle), and I prefer #7 over both Gentleman Jack (which I find bland), and Jack Daniels Single Barrel (which I thought was over-oaked). A good starting point, and unlike many I still enjoy returning to it. It is at least smoother (and better) than Beam White Label, though if you still find Old No 7 too harsh, you might want to give either Dickel (few other people seem to detect the dishwater notes I do) or Evan Williams (which is also charcoal filtered, much smoother and cheaper, but rather bland to me). At home I alternate this with Old Forrester, because apparently Brown Forman is the distillery who's products I most consistently enjoy.
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jeanphilt jeanphilt (30)
Rating: 4.0 (2015-07-31)
Quite unique diesel/banana taste ... why not ... for the price, I recommend it !
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lpy89 lpy89 (201)
Rating: 2.0 (2015-06-19)
It's definitely not a great whiskey, but its definitely drinkable. May have too much burn but the fruity, banana flavors i associate with this product makes this more enjoyable than Beam. Perfectly serviceable in classic Jack n coke.
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Joebazz Joebazz (27)
Rating: 2.0 (2015-05-21)
Like so many people out there JD was my introduction to Whiskey. Its okay that's about it. I wouldn't drink Old No 7 neat as there are better options to drink neat.You can definitely taste the BBQ flavor.
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jaketaz jaketaz (211)
Rating: 1.0 (2015-05-07)
It's a thing that you put in your mouth, and no one likes how it tastes. Explain how that works. I have never known a beverage that has inspired people to give so many history lessons and invoke such rock star imagery, but then you're still drinking something that is gross to drink. I'd rather eat jello full of feathers. I'd rather use sour cream scented facial soap. I beseech you readers, IMPLORE you to drink Dickel instead. A world where Dickel has the fame of JD and JD is a distant memory, that is a world one step closer to utopia. You see, Dickel makes a beverage that is pleasurable to drink. There isn't a poster of Jimmy Page drinking it though, so here we are.
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Amras Amras (11)
Rating: 2.0 (2015-05-05)
A classic that I rarely like to drink, because it tastes very artificial. Goes kinda well with Cola, since cola sweetens it up and masks the bad tastes, but impossible to drink straight. At this price range, you would expect a finer crafted spirit so this is definitely a disappointment. Too bad there is no other Tennessee whiskey easily available on our market to compare.
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nashdaq nashdaq (24)
Rating: 5.0 (2015-02-15)
I really like this Tennessee Whiskey and i wouldn't compare it to Scotch or Bourbon because it's different and can't be compared, very strong first flavor, well rounded smooth body, and i think the fame it has taken it's because this next feature, it after taste, it's pretty awesome for me, it let you taste the core taste of the whiskey and it worth the first strong drink just to taste this after taste flavor, very well on ice, ok neat, but it is pretty good to be mixed
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Filthee Filthee (62)
Rating: 1.0 (2015-01-30)
Burns on the nose and the pallet. Unpleasant almost sickly sweet finish. For it's reputation and price it should deliver far more. For less than half the price you can get a bottle of Evan Williams Black label which is a better whiskey for me, or for the same price as a bottle of Jack pick up a bottle of Evan Williams Single Barrel which is light years beyond this
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rolugomi rolugomi (34)
Rating: 1.0 (2015-01-09)
Alcohol on the nose but also banana. Burned a lot! on the palate. Water brings out a sweetness, like tropical fruit gum on the nose. Palate still burns like hell
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Mellowoak Mellowoak (6)
Rating: 2.0 (2014-12-31)
Overrated by most. Should command a much lower price. Harsh.
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Fitzgerald1119 Fitzgerald1119 (36)
Rating: 3.0 (2014-09-08)
I give it three because it is drinkable, but not something I go to get for myself. It has a sweetness to it that I'm not a fan of. When I drink it I generally mix it. I can see where some people would like to sip it, just not for me
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ZeppelinNL ZeppelinNL (2)
Rating: 5.0 (2014-08-19)
One of my favourite whiskeys. Simply a classic...
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AlfredReece1992 AlfredReece1992 (27)
Rating: 3.0 (2014-07-10)
Not bad, but certainly no where near the best. I don't buy it because it has a strange sweetness that is off putting. I wouldn't tell anybody to not try it, just not for me.
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degbert degbert (206)
Rating: 3.0 (2014-06-13)
Yo, antiquecollector, well-known is not best. If it were, Budweiser would sell for twenty bucks a can. That said -- this is a classic. And like most classics, it's neither as good or as bad as some would have you believe. I have drank a lot of Jack in my time. I agree it's best served cold. I also believe in drinking it straight, or at most on the rocks; I don't mix my Jack. It's gritty, smoky, and it has some teeth to it; it's not mild-mannered whiskey, and it's not supposed to be. It also has some sweetness to it. I do agree it's a great cooking whiskey; it's the quintessential barbecue sauce whiskey. But there are just some days when I want Jack on ice. It's a whiskey archetype, a Jungian concept made manifest and filtered through charcoal, a reflection of the Tennessee hills and the American soul. Put on "Live From Folsom Prison" and get yourself some.
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DakotaGuy DakotaGuy (73)
Rating: 3.0 (2014-02-27)
Like many, I assume, this was my entry into drinking whiskey. I will still get it at a bar for a quick order, but pretty much leave it at that.
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Edith MaGoo Edith MaGoo (66)
Rating: 3.0 (2014-02-06)
It's good, I like it a lot. But I can also understand some of the hate. Had straight from the bottle, I could see it as being a bit harsh. The key is to drink it COLD. Not on ice, but actually refrigerated. That evens it out a lot.
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derkerderr derkerderr (73)
Rating: 2.0 (2014-01-27)
I am not a big fan of Jack. The initial taste was alright but there was an aftertaste that was downright awful. It tasted almost like someone farted in the bottle. Maybe Tennessee whiskey isn't my thing. I won't "volunteer" to buy another bottle.
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antiquecollector antiquecollector (32)
Rating: 5.0 (2013-12-22)
How can you give Jack Daniels anything less than a "5"? It's one of the most well-known brands in the world for a reason.
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NeatPour NeatPour (343)
Rating: 2.0 (2013-08-09)
Why not just get Buffalo trace for the same $$ & waaaaaayyyyyy better pour. Also where I am gentlemen is only $5 more... & that's $5 well spent imo
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Dakota Dakota (132)
Rating: 4.0 (2013-07-11)
This is like grey goose misunderstood. Its not the best bourbon or the most authentic it still does the job. I drink this whiskey neat no mixer its very enjoyable its also good to cook with. I drink it cause I like it. And I like the style and attitude. And I drink jim beam heaven hill and buffalo trace. People say its overrated cause its hype so much well forget the hype jack Daniels is Tennessee bourbon and thats that. And were they produce it is a dry county, damn. I dont have money for Louis the 13th I need bourbon and I need it fast this 1 comes through. I like how once someone drinks premium stuff they think there all high and mighty yea premium stuff is xcellent and so is the real deal.
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Thor_Foote Thor_Foote (15)
Rating: 2.0 (2013-05-21)
A bit harsh, with gluey notes. OK disguised with Coke. You are paying for the marketing/image, and can do better for the price. When my cousin protested that he liked it, I replied, 'Sometimes I like to listen to Johnny Cash, but I don't pretend he's as good a singer as Pavarotti.'
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flintquatch flintquatch (211)
Rating: 3.0 (2013-04-05)
Im just not a Jack man I guess. If I want a drink to burn all the way down Ill spend my dollars on something considerably cheaper that will probably end up tasting better than ole Jack's firewater. Honestly if your buying this, its probably just going to be for the sake of adding the bottle to a collection.
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Quetzal Quetzal (119)
Rating: 3.0 (2013-03-29)
(2.5 out of 5). Not a bad whiskey, but you can do much better for the price. Dickel and Buffalo Trace are both cheaper and better. Jack's okay, but is almost cloyingly sweet, and a mediocre sipper. And considering its price, I don't keep it around. There are too many better options. $25-27 in my area.
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joelbarrett joelbarrett (56)
Rating: 2.0 (2013-03-22)
Burn out on this stuff in high school so now it just tastes like brown water.
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StevenSauce StevenSauce (69)
Rating: 2.0 (2013-02-06)
2.0 stars there are few products in this world whose success is that heavily based on branding. not the worst whiskey in the world but very unpleasent to drink, thats why everybody is pouring a gallon of coke over it.
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Therion Therion (19)
Rating: 3.0 (2013-01-31)
I have friends that love JD, by virtue of that alone is it in my bar. I cannot stand the finisher that is typical of all cheaper JD offerings, having not tried the more expensive ones I cannot comment. For the price paid in South East Asia, I expected better than this. As I understand it's much cheaper in North America, where it is probably worth the price paid.
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mvg1 mvg1 (32)
Rating: 1.0 (2013-01-11)
terrible only a mixer with lots of coke...!
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Fyrfytr998 Fyrfytr998 (21)
Rating: 3.0 (2013-01-06)
Much like Captain Morgan for rum. This is the gatekeeper for Tennessee Whiskey judging since it is middle of the road for me. Probably bought more because of brand recognition rather than quality.
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midlantic1 midlantic1 (5)
Rating: 5.0 (2012-12-24)
The is my old "go to" whiskey, Like an old friend it's always there. Drink it straight, on the rocks, with a little water, it's all good. I don't understand how some here absolutely hate this whiskey, but hey, to each their own. I love old #7 with a little Ginger Ale, really refreshing. This one will always be on my top shelf no matter how many bourbons I may try. I do call it bourbon cause there's nothing in the bourbon law that doesn't allow charcoal filtering. Matter of fact, Makers Mark charcoal filters their bourbon and its still a straight bourbon. Anyway, always love my JD.
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bdehoog bdehoog (81)
Rating: 1.0 (2012-11-20)
This is swill. cool bottle but not good whiskey. george dickel or pritchard make better tennessee whiskey.
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Walter Walter (1)
Rating: 5.0 (2012-11-17)
Love me some Jack Daniel's. Best with few ice cube's, can't go wrong with old Jack. MM is almost as good. Buy this whiskey now
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silverking silverking (11)
Rating: 3.0 (2012-10-01)
I drink It with a little water and it really brings out the awesome flavors in this whiskey.  Mmmm.  I don't usually mix drinks, but a "Jack and Coke" is good from time to time.  My only problem with Jack is the Price.  I've had better whiskeys for almost half the price.....Thats the only reason I'm giving it 3 stars.  Your paying for the label, it's as simple as that.
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StanMemTn StanMemTn (135)
Rating: 4.0 (2012-09-09)
I am a great fan of this whiskey. It has some nice cherry and vanilla notes, especially when consumed neat in a Glencairn glass. I love the Tennesse char and finish, but I must admit some risk of bias as a native (but not naive) Tennessean. I'm not convinced that the Single Barrel expression offers great value, I am consistently impressed with the smoothness of Gentleman Jack.
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magezi magezi (67)
Rating: 3.0 (2012-03-08)
Sometimes it's quite good, sometimes too harsh. I think this changes from bottle to bottle. Works sometimes, sometimes don't. But still I'm drinking it...sometimes
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Tommeh Tommeh (4)
Rating: 5.0 (2012-01-27)
I feel the bad rep given by 'die hard' whiskey drinkers is undeserved. For the price this is an excellent whiskey. Not too bad on the rocks, and great mixed with coke, apple juice or ginger ale.
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11Johnathan11 11Johnathan11 (11)
Rating: 4.0 (2011-12-11)
This is what I use to judge all other bourbons and whiskeys. Not my favorite, but not far behind. In my personal blind tasting experiences its always finishes mid pack or slightly higher. A great staple.
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Allan Allan (207)
Rating: 2.0 (2011-07-14)
More expensive than Dickel. A bit rough going down with somewhat bitter taste.Comes with iconic label to make you feel better about buying the wrong Tennessee Whiskey.
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TheSippingLife TheSippingLife (135)
Rating: 3.0 (2011-04-27)
JD is alright, but unimpressive and unrefined. It burns more than the higher-end JD models, and that alone has me rating it low. Nothing about this one makes me want to keep a bottle around the house, so I will defer to its more expensive, tastier brothers. It works fine as a mixer though.
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Rating: 2.0 (2011-04-04)
I think college students keep this company in business! Though Jack is much better than Jim Beam, it is a too harsh for me. Mixed with coke hides a lot of that. So I can understand why its considered a staple. That and the price I guess.
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kevinlomax31 kevinlomax31 (1)
Rating: 4.0 (2011-03-26)
My "go to" drink! Jack never lets me down!
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Rampage455 Rampage455 (12)
Rating: 5.0 (2010-11-15)
Pretty smooth whiskey for the price. Tastes like a somewhat dry bourbon with a hint of charcoal (which I think gives a vague hint of anise or mint, especially when mixed with coke). Definitely a staple for any home bar.
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ChrisCarlsson ChrisCarlsson (328)
Rating: 3.0 (2010-09-07)
Pretty much the iconic Tennessee Whiskey for most people and one of the most recognized brands in the world. Some may find the dryness/char of Tennessee Whiskey not to their liking as a beverage choice. While it is a good whiskey I prefer Dickel as it has more complexity and age.That being said it is a decent whisky, if a bit lacking in complexity.
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Irishman Irishman (324)
Rating: 3.0 (2009-05-17)
A steadfast addition that every home bar should keep on hand. 'Jack and Coke' is a favorite among many but it's also very drinkable on the rocks. The price makes it very easy to maintain a bottle in your home bar.
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  • 8218409054
  • 082184090466
  • 082184080900
  • 082184080924
  • 082184080948
  • 082184080955
  • 082184090442
  • 082184000052
  • 082184090428
  • 5099873090442
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