In the whiskey world, Jack Daniel’s is the American king with its army of Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7
Tennessee whiskey bottles filling glasses everywhere (you can even find it everywhere in China). While that Old No. 7 is the best-selling product and great for various mixed drinks, it is not so great for sipping. The good news is that Jack Daniel’s is so much more than that Old No. 7; there’s a full range of whiskeys catered to different tastes and wallets.
This is where Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select
enters the picture. Barrels are specially selected and individually bottled to highlight what this Tennessee Whiskey has to offer, leading to variation between bottles. These offerings are especially revealing because you can’t just blend away the bad with some better stock. Since the Single Barrel is an upgraded and premium whiskey that I actually like, I wondered how different it was from entry level Jack, which is a massive blend. Let’s get into this Jack Daniel’s comparison to see what we can find.
The below table outlines key facts and figures for each whiskey.