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Jack Daniel's Honey ReviewThe new Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey has been out for a few months and we decided it was time to review Jack Daniels Honey here on BourbonBlog.com.

Generally, Jack is a whiskey which strikes the best and worst chords in drinkers…some love it, some don’t.

Mingling and infusing flavors with whiskey seems to solicit the same response..so we invite you to start the commenting and debate below under comments.

Appreciating it for what it is and not comparing it your favorite straight whiskey, Jack Daniel’s Honey offers some serious depth of character and gives the other honey flavored whiskeys out there a real run for their honey. Jack Honey no doubt gives mixologists and chefs something new to bring their portfolio of flavor.

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Review

Proof: 70 Proof, 35% ABV

Distillery: Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg

Color: Straw.

Nose: Maple syrup

Taste: Sorghum on the palette complimented by nice cooperage, honey and vanilla. Detectable flavors of coffee and char. Not as cloying and sweet as some honey whiskey offerings.

Finish: Molasses.

Review by BourbonBlog.com‘s Tom Fischer and Stephen Dennison

3 Responses to “Jack Daniel’s Honey Review”

  1. Mutineer Magazine

    I’m not usually too impressed with the honey offerings, as you mentioned some of them are rather cloying. I found this one to be quite nice though and am interested to see what it will do in the hands of some mixologists!

  2. heather

    I didn’t care for it at all. Tasted like cough syrup or nyquil. I actually prefer Evan Williams Honey. Its much better.

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