Who makes it? Jack Daniel’s Distillery
Mash Bill: 80% corn, 12% barley, and 8% rye
Aged 5-7 years coming in at 64.35 abv/ 128.7 proof, rick no. L-27, barrel 20-04615, bottled 8/7/20 by Master Distiller Jeff Arnett
The “D” comes back with another bottle and this time it’s Jack Daniel’s SBBP. What is even more amazing is that Dan was able to hold onto this bottle for almost a year but he did and we get to reap the benefits! In this vid we learn that Erik might of been probed, Kris doesn’t like anybody telling him how much water to put in his whiskey. Plus, Dan has a special SURPRISE!!!
Interesting: Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Brand was first introduced in 1997 as a 94 proof whiskey. While Blanton’s was the originator JD decided to hope on board since Buffalo Trace isn’t the only one that’s been in business for a while and JD definitely had the stock they knew they had sweet spots. Now the SBBP comes out from 125-140 proof!
This has a deeper amber color over standard Jack and on the nose Kris said he could definitely get the higher alcohol content along with oak and vanilla while Erik smelled a sweetness. On the palate Kris could fell the punch and the finish was long lasting where the rye stood out. Erik said he could taste vanilla, oak and it had creaminess. The addition of ice for Kris made it more enjoyable and Erik thought the same. Dan brought back the Bicentennial Jack and we all agreed was much better and DID NOT need ice or water.
Kris gave it an 6.0
Erik gave gave it an 6.5
The “D” gave it a 6.5 also
How much: A bottle of Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Barrel Proof (if you can find it) will cost you about $65.00