The Jack Daniel Distillery recently introduced the 10th selection in its experimental whiskey Distillery Series, a straight Tennessee whiskey finished with toasted pecan wood chips.
This edition was selected by longtime Jack Daniel’s employee Randy “Goose” Baxter, and it’s the latest in Jack Daniel’s line of experimental whiskeys now available at the White Rabbit Bottle Shop at the Jack Daniel Distillery, as well as in select stores in Tennessee.
Jack Daniel’s Distillery Series Selection #10 is a straight Tennessee whiskey barreled in charred white oak and finished with toasted pecan wood chips to add depth and character. It’s bottled at 120 proof (60% abv) and comes in 375ml bottles. It has a suggested retail price of $41.99.
“Our latest Distillery Series release caps off a bold year for Jack Daniel’s,” said Chris Fletcher, Jack Daniel’s master distiller. “This line gives us the opportunity to innovate and experiment across all stages of our whiskey-making process, and I’m proud of every selection we’ve made since it launched.”
He said this whiskey expression goes with the holidays as it features notes of warm brown sugar, light savory nuttiness, and toasted oak with lingering hints of dried fruits and a touch of caramel.
“What I love about this whiskey is the warmth and complexity it brings to the palate,” said Randy “Goose” Baxter. “It has the Jack Daniel’s character we know and love while bringing a touch of richness perfect for this time of year. Jack Daniel’s has been part of my life for more than 42 years, and it’s an absolute honor to have my name on a bottle next to Jack’s.”
For more information or to get a bottle, check out www.jackdaniels.com.