240 Bottles of J.D. – Almost Enough To Get You Through The Holidays
You probably don’t know this, but there’s a pretty popular drink called Jack Daniel’s Whiskey. It’s a semi-famous drink distilled in Lynchburg, Tennessee (population: 361) and it’s been around since 1866. You probably don’t know that it might be one of America’s most-famous exports and you probably don’t know you can buy it by the bottle. Then again, you’re not a monk living in solitary in a hut on Siberian tundra.
My father taught me at a young age that the fine drink of Jack Daniel’s (with a splash of water) is one of the finest beverages available. And though my tastes lean towards bourbon or scotch I can say that every now and then I crave the taste of Old No. 7 Sour Mash. I may not hanker to the point where I’d like to buy an entire barrel, but I’ll leave that decision to you.
Here’s what we’re willing to bet you did not know: Jack Daniel’s is available… by the barrel. You can have a Master Distiller at Jack Daniel’s hand pick an entire barrel of whiskey for home (or otherwise). When you purchase the barrel, Jack Daniel’s will hand bottle 240 (two-hundred and fourty) 750 ml decanters and hand you a personalized medallion, brass plaque, and some major whiskey aficionado credit announcing that your bottles are just that… yours.