The Lincoln County Process is one of the distinguishing characteristics of Jack Daniel's whiskey manufacture. Maple logs are carefully burned to produce charcoal pellets in this procedure. These pellets are then poured into vats, where freshly distilled Jack Daniel's is filtered to remove contaminants, infuse flavour, and achieve the whiskey's well-known mellow texture. Only after this ancient process has been completed is the spirit filled into high-quality oak barrels for ageing.
Nose: Traces of wood glue, brown sugar syrup, sour raisins, wood polish, resin, green leaves
Palate: With a light body and mouthfeel, it's sweet. Toast with strands of Dutch chocolate, orange touches, fragrant wood, and cinnamon.
Finish: More wood polish, some lingering char, and Terry's Chocolate orange
|Special Ingredients||Cinnamon, Orange, Dark chocolate and Toast|