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Jack Daniel’s Partners With UK Bars To Create Unique Bonded Rye Cocktails

The Jack Daniel’s Bonded Rye is the first such rye from the brand. Credit: Jack Daniel’s

Jack Daniel’s has embarked on an exciting collaboration with five distinguished bars across the UK to introduce exclusive cocktail offerings featuring its latest release, the Jack Daniel’s Bonded Rye Whiskey. This partnership celebrates the debut of the Bonded Rye Whiskey. 

The venues participating in this unique initiative are Present Company in Liverpool, Blinker Bar in Manchester, Filthy XIII in Bristol, Panda & Sons in Edinburgh, and The Hawksmoor in London. 

These bars are exclusively serving their bespoke Jack Daniel’s Bonded Rye Whiskey cocktails from March 7th for a limited period of three weeks, providing patrons with a unique opportunity to experience the whiskey in specially crafted cocktails.

Blinker Bar in Manchester is set to delight customers with the ‘Royal Rumble’, a creative concoction blending Jack Daniel’s Bonded Rye with bergamot, manzanilla, lemon, and rhubarb soda. 

In Edinburgh, Panda & Sons introduces the ‘Vinculo’, a mix that includes the Jack Daniel’s Rye corn liqueur, sweet vermouth blend, saline, and ancho chilli.

Liverpool’s Present Company will offer the ‘Maison Rye’ cocktail, which combines Jack Daniel’s Bonded Rye, cocchi americano, with hints of banana peel and bitters, garnished with a toasted banana slice. 

Meanwhile, Filthy XIII in Bristol has crafted the ‘Neon Rebound’, a vibrant cranberry and raspberry-based cocktail with notes of orange blossom, and a raspberry garnish.

The new Jack Daniel’s Rye is a Tennessee Rye Whiskey bottled at 100 proof (50% alc. by vol.), marking it as the first rye whiskey from the Jack Daniel Distillery to carry the Bottled-in-Bond designation. 

The whiskey boasts a mash bill of 70% rye, 18% corn, and 12% malted barley, and is subject to the Lincoln County Process before aging in new, American white oak barrels. Its tasting notes feature sweet dried fruit, and hints of toffee and caramel, culminating in a complex yet balanced rye spice finish.

The Bonded Series, which includes Jack Daniel’s Bonded, Triple Mash, and now Bonded Rye, celebrates the distillery’s rich heritage and dedication to quality.

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