JACK DANIELS - 3 Liters - WHISKEY - Magnum - BIG Format

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An exclusive three-liter edition for you to enjoy the popular and desired whiskey without worrying about the end of the bottle. Share it with friends and feel its sweet and bitter fusion in the mouth that will encourage you to have a drink after another of this high-end distillate.

Jack Daniels Old Nº7 is aged 4 to 6 years, distilled in large columns and filtered as required by the Tennessee style, with wood charcoal.



Tobacco color with amber highlights.

The nose offers soft aromas of caramel and vanilla, subtle notes of wood and toffee.

On the palate it has a soft smoky sweetness with a note of licorice. Despite this touch of licorice you can appreciate the flavors of vanilla, roasted oak, freshly brewed coffee, nuts and toffee. Quick and sweet finish. Nice oak notes, a touch of spices, and perhaps a touch of cedar wood that mix with a warm caramel finish that gives way to white pepper and walnut.


Jack Daniel, one of 13 brothers, was born in 1850. He was raised by a family friend before being hired to work with the Dan Call family at the age of seven. Call, a Lutheran minister, also owned a whiskey distillery in Louse River.

In the following years, Jack learned from Call everything he could about whiskey making. Later, in September 1863, faced with the growing desire to devote his life to saving souls instead of intoxicating them, Call sold the distillery to Jack, who was barely 13 years old at the time.


Jack Daniel, like Dan Call, believed in softening fresh whiskey with hard maple charcoal. While this process was widely used, the time and expenses it required subtracted popularity among whiskey manufacturers who wanted to obtain a lower cost product. But Mr. Jack was convinced that it was something essential, so he perfected his process of smoothing with coal in 1866. Until now, this method gives Jack Daniel's its incomparable softness and delicacy. In anticipation of government taxes, Mr. Jack registered his distillery in 1866. He was the first to do so. So it is the oldest registered distillery in the nation.


In 1904, Mr. Jack entered his exquisite Tennessee Old No. 7 whiskey at the World Fair in St. Louis, Missouri. Of the 20 whiskeys around the world, only he received the Gold Medal of the World Fair that accredited his product as the best whiskey in the world.


Smoothing with charcoal is the process used to make Tennessee whiskey, like Jack Daniel's. The process consists of passing the freshly made whiskey very slowly through large, completely filled containers with about 3 meters (10 feet) of saccharin maple coal. The process lasts 10 days and, during this time, the whiskey absorbs the essence of coal, which refines the drink and gives it a unique flavor and aroma.


The whiskey barrels are made with white oak from America because this wood has the perfect combination of compounds to create the most exquisite whiskey. While the whiskey is aged inside the barrel, the wood contracts and expands (like everything else) according to the climatic changes that occur in its environment. While this occurs, the whiskey enters and leaves the wood and the combination of exposed elements is mixed with the whiskey. The mixture gives the whiskey a smoky flavor and amber color.

Technical specifications



3 liter capacity

Crystal format

Lynchburg Production Zone

Sour Mash style

American White Oak Barrels New

Alcoholic graduation 40%

Presentation Bottle

Weight 4.80

Conservation Fresh and dry place

Manufacturer / Producer Jack Daniel Distillery

Country of Origin USA

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