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Where Can I Buy The Cheapest Jack Daniel’s In The UK?

Jack Daniel’s is one of the most popular American whiskey brands in the world. Parent company, Brown-Forman, reported over $4.3 billion in global net sales in their fiscal 2023, with much of the volume being driven by the JD brand. The whiskey is renowned for its sweet, oaky, and balanced flavour and is a firm favorite across the world. In 2022, the brand achieved a staggering £274.5 million in the UK alone. It is safe to say, then, that the UK loves this Tennessee Whiskey. 

Given the current economic climate, you might be wondering which UK supermarket or whisky retailer sells Jack Daniel’s for the cheapest price. 

Below is a table containing the current (February 2024) prices for Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey in the UK, so that you can get the most for your money. 

Keep an eye on the blog for updated prices every month. 

Supermarket/Retailer  Price (70cl bottle)
Morrisons £19
Asda £19
Amazon £19
Master of Malt £23.83
Sainsbury’s £27
The Whisky Shop £27
Tesco £27.25
The Whisky Exchange £27.95

A Brief History of Jack Daniel’s 

Jack Daniel’s is a renowned Tennessee whiskey brand with a history stretching back over 150 years. The distillery was established in 1866 by Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel in Lynchburg, Tennessee. It is recognized as the first registered distillery in the United States. Jack Daniel learned the art of distillation at an early age from Nathan “Nearest” Green, an enslaved individual who mastered the craft. Despite being situated in Moore County, a dry county where alcohol sales are prohibited, the brand has grown to become the best-selling American whiskey across the globe. 

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