American By Nino Kilgore-Marchetti / August 31, 2021 The Jack Daniel’s American whiskey brand, in modern times, has one labeled bottled-in-bond expression at market. Known as Jack Daniel’s Bottled in Bond, it was released largely as a global travel retail offering back in 2018. Now, according to two recently TTB approved bottle labels, we could see more releases under this consideration. Keeping in mind the caveat that not all things which appear in the TTB label approval database always come to market, let’s examine these two offerings. The first is called Jack Daniel’s Bonded Tennessee Whiskey. Described by the brand as being “aged in select barrels for added depth and character,” it fulfills the criteria for bottled in bond, being “distilled by single distiller, during a single season & matured in a government bonded warehouse for at least 4 years.” Jack Daniel’s Bonded Tennessee Whiskey (image via TTB) Bottled at 100 proof, it is said to be “a big, bold Tennessee whiskey with layered notes of caramel, rich oak, & spice giving way to a pleasantly lingering finish.” Joining it is the Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash Blended Straight Whiskey. It is described as “a blend of of bonded American malt, rye, and Tennessee whiskeys” that also meets the requirements for bottled in bond, including being bottled at 100 proof. Further notes on it indicate it to be “a blend of three bonded whiskeys with pleasant notes of honey, malt, & soft oak leading to a long & lasting well rounded finish.” Jack Daniel’s Triple Mash Blended Straight Whiskey (image via TTB) As is pretty much always the case when learning about new whiskeys through the TTB, no official information is available as of yet regarding things like when it will be available, how much will it cost and if it will be a domestic or global travel release like the bonded expression from three years back. Read More Whiskey NewsStranahan’s Celebrates 15 Years With New Packaging, New Juice For Original Expression Get Jefferson's Ocean at ReserveBar. Shop now!