There are many substances in this world that give humans pleasure. However, only a few of those substances can compare to whiskey. Whiskey is the drink of the gods. It is what puts you on the path to ascension. Now, you may say that beer is better or something foolish like that but I will simply say this to you sir/mam, you have not had good whiskey yet. Good whiskey is something that isn’t hard to come by, however, people still go for the cheap one because they are deluded by the value proposition.
However, how will you know the value of something without personally experiencing it? Therefore, you must try good whiskey as often as you can. But, that is not the end. Because while good whiskey may be easy to find, great whiskey is worth its weight in gold. Any self respecting man who claims to have a great taste will agree that the try great whiskies are an epic on your tongue.
However, until recently, Americans’ tongues were not able to experience the magnificence of the Jack Daniel’s No. 27 Gold Tennessee Whiskey. It was previously only sold in certain regions of Asia. The exact reasons for this are not known but it may be related to the auspicious status of gold in those cultures.
Can I buy it in the US now??? Tell me!
Yes you can! The Jack Daniel’s No. 27 Gold Tennessee Whiskey is now available for purchase in the US.
How good is it?
Now, you may be wondering, does it hold up to the classic Jack Daniel’s? The answer to that question is yes. Not only does it hold up its own, it goes beyond that. That is because the company has doubled down on their award winning process for this particular whiskey. They process it by double barreling and double mellowing.
How is it made?
This is what Jack Daniel’s assistant Mayer distiller, Chris Fletcher had to say about this:
“It’s the standard Jack Daniel’s Tennessee whiskey recipe. Our flagship grain bill.”
“So, it starts just like Old No. 7 does. With all the same quality parameters that go into Old No. 7.”
“What makes this product different is towards the end, the barrel aging. Old No. 7 is gonna range from four to five years old, typically. Once the whiskey comes out of the oak barrels for this product, we will re-enter it into a maple barrel.”
Regarding the mellowing process, Fletcher had this to say, “It’s a light charcoal mellowing the second time. The first mellowing is done prior to the first barrel, so the whiskey is clear.”
As a wise man once said, “Diamonds need to be processed to bring out their inner beauty.” The same goes for great quality whiskey. Only time and careful processing can reward you with a whiskey that you won’t forget for the rest of your life. However, the steps involved in the creation of the Gold Tennessee whiskey go beyond that. They ensure that every drop of this spirit is akin to a drop of elixir. An elixir which will revitalize you with the very first sip.
“The natural amber hue, along with a scent of toasted oak and honey, offer an intricate texture and taste, making this whiskey a very distinct and luxury product,” said Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller Jeff Arnett in a statement.
What’s the price?
This luxurious and heavenly whiskey could be yours for just $99.99 a bottle. Hurry!