Jack Daniel’s is known for being a well-crafted, smooth sippin’ Tennessee Whiskey. We’ve become known for something else along the way: our iconic black and white label. But our label wasn’t always so black and white.
Some time before 1904 our bottles were a rather unexpected shade of green with an eye-catching gold trim. Exactly when this label was used is no longer known. Seems we were so busy distilling Tennessee Whiskey that we forgot to keep records on our colorful labels.
Looking closely you’ll see that this label lacks the familiar gold medal symbol. In 1904 Jack Daniel’s won gold at the St. Louis World’s Fair, and from that point on Jack Daniel and his nephew Lem Motlow always placed the medal on the label. A very savvy marketing move, yes, but it also tells us this green and gold label was produced before 1904.
This limited bottle measures up at 43% ABV and comes with its own premium gift carton. The perfect gift for any Jack lover.
Due to limited stock this bottle is limited to 10 bottles per order.
Deep orange amber.
Balanced caramel, vanilla and toasted oak.
Medium bodied with creamy clean finish.
Imported by: Brown-Forman Beverages Europe Limited, 45 Mortimer Street, London W1W 8HJ
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I just wanted to say thank you for Jack Daniel's. I love the drink and all its variations and I also love the different presentation packages and collectable items. Making this a premium brand that is recognisable all over the world. Hat off to Mr Jack Daniel's.
Friend of Jack
Been a fan of and collector of Jack Daniels for the last 15 years but been collecting bottles the last 3 years.
If great that you keep re-inventing the brand and give us a reason to remain loyal. Keep up the great work
Old jack is second to none it's the only drink I drink on the rocks no mixer am slowly getting the ones to keep I will get the green one one day to put into my collection I try to get to bottles one to drink and one to age