Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack

70cl / 40%
  • Tennessee Whiskey
Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack
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Well worth the extra, Gentleman Jack is charcoal-mellowed twice, before and after the ageing process, resulting in a cleaner, more refined end product. Packaged in a smart monogram-esque bottle.



  • Vanilla Vanilla
  • Apple Apple
  • Honey Honey
  • Dried Fruit Dried Fruit

Jack Daniel's Gentleman Jack Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Producer's Tasting Notes

    Nose: Lighter oak and drier on the nose than Old No.7. Vanilla, brown sugar, maple and apple.

    Palate: Sweet vanilla, stone fruits and apple.

    Finish: Subtle oak that develops into a smooth finish of fruit with maple and floral honey.

170 Customer Reviews

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  • 5
    19 November 2014

    Amazing taste

  • 2 January 2014

    It's an improvement on No.7, however still a little harsh to be enjoyed on it's own. It would mix well, although I don't like to dilute. It's worth a try for sure if you like JD, but if you do i'd get a bottle of single barrel...that stuff's the **** :)

  • 20 December 2013

    As a scotsman who likes bourbon(including tennessee whiskey,which aint proper bourbon) Have to admit i love this,worth it over old no.7 though? questionable Is it the water of life? Most certainley not.

  • 24 July 2013

    As a reply to a previous comment. single barrel is pulled from only ONE barrel and not a mixture of several barrels. The difference is not just that it got a better place in the barrel house.

  • 19 May 2013

    Best I have ever tasted

  • 5 March 2013

    This is a superb Tennessee whisky and definitely feels a little smoother and a little less "rough" than No 7.The bottle is part of the experience - quite a mature, sensible size and shape and makes for slow, mellow drinking whereas ordinary Jack has the old rocker temptation to down in a shot glass. Gentleman just feels different.

  • 18 January 2013

    Oli, bourbon can come from anywhere in the USA - there is no more specific geographical requirement than that.

  • 17 January 2013

    Just for those who are a little confused as to why it's not called a Bourbon; Bourbon technically has to come from Bourbon county in the state of Kentucky whilst this is brewed in Tennessee. It meets all other requirements for a Bourbon but (officially) cannot be one because it doesn't meet all criteria. Besides, the makers at JD are proud of their heritage so wouldn't want to name it as such anyway.

  • 29 October 2012

    nice but not what i was expecting. Strong Tobacco (whitch has put me off) and spice smells. not to be mixed as best served as a spinping wiskey.

  • 3 September 2012

    The best whiskey i've tasted, very smooth and full of flavour. Thanks shell ;)

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