Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey Liqueur70cl / 35%
Long awaited in the UK and with a big following in the USA, this is Jack Daniel's honey and whiskey liqueur. A mix of regular Old No 7 and a spiced honey liqueur, it's got spice, sweetness, floral undertones and a long smooth finish. Drink over ice, chilled or even in a cup of coffee – it's rather tasty.
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey Liqueur Reviews
Tasting Notes by Billy A
Nose: Pungent honey right off the bat – a freshly opened jar of crystallised honey, with a touch of earthiness to it – fudge, biscuits (British ones), floral hints and some allspice.
Palate: Thick and oily texture, with dark caramel (both runny and solid shards), nutmeg and allspice. The flavours remain rich and dark, with sweet milky coffee, dark chocolate and demarara sugar lightened by some candied lemon hints. There's also, as you might expect, a rich and sweet honey undertone beneath it all – lightly pungent and floral, with a real honey flavour.
Finish: Spicy and sweet, with cinnamon heat, runny honey and vanilla fudge.
Comment: Not as sweet or sharp as most honey whiskey liqueurs, with real honey flavour, rich sweetness and gentle spice.
Tasting Notes by Lew Bryson for Whisky AdvocateThere's vanilla, cinnamon, and... oh, right, honey! The honey here is not shy, but not generic, either, there's a nice floral, herbal complexity to it. Drinks smooth and warm, not overly sweet for 35%, and the honey's here, as is some dialed-back cinnamon and a dash of cocoa in the finish. A late breath revives everything. The best of the American honey-whiskey drinks to date. 89 Points
93 Customer Reviews
A really smooth, beautifully sweet liqueur. It''s still lovely and smooth weather neat with ice or if you''re not against adding a mixer, try it mixed with lemonade (lovely for the summer!) or even with Coke (it turns almost caramel-like, it''s delicious!)
Awesome love it its great in the freezer
Lovely I was surprised how much I love this drink
Smooth, It says best served cold i think it''s to sweet that way. I find it best neat at room temperature.
Tasty sweet variation of Jack Daniel''s. Best drunk neat with ice.
Bought this on offer and glad i did wouldn''t have paid full price or buy it again might appeal to some people but too sickly sweet for me much perfer jack daniels or a good single malt like glenlivet or jura origin
Love this stuff, I''m not a hardcore whiskey enthusiast like most people here. I do enjoy flavored whiskies and whiskey liqueurs however. Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey is pretty delicious, turned me into a Jack fan. It''s sweet, has more of a honey nut flavor to it, slightly syrupy too, I wonder if that''s from the honey. The front of the palate is a pure honey taste and quickly follows with a slightly syrupy taste in the middle and finishes with a caramel honey nut after taste. My favorite whiskey, if you haven''t had their Tennessee Fire you should try that one as well.
Bought a bottle out of curiosity and it is smooth as it is delicious.