Jack Daniel's
1915 Gold Medal

100cl / 43%
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One of a series of special commemorative edition bottlings Jack Daniel's have produced for their legions of fans, this 1915 Gold Medal has been extremely popular.
Country
USA
Region
Tennessee

Jack Daniel's Reviews

16 Customer Reviews

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    3 February 2015

    Incredibly smooth. My stepmother gave me a box of my father''s old bourbon; he passed away about 15 years before. Some of the bottles were opened, some not. The Jack Daniels 1915 was opened, and still fantastic --- so I think the JD 1915 can go at least 15 years open without missing a beat.

  • Jacob (Aus) 27 January 2013

    I discovered a bottle of this when moving some of my father's things, and found it in his liquor cabinet. He must have been given it as a gift as he never drinks whiskey. Is this bottle worth holding onto, or just cracking it open and drinking? It must be said i'm relatively new to the joys of whiskey drinking - im not sure whether I'd appreciate the nuances of the flavours just yet. Once a bottle is opened, how long can it really be kept for once cracked?!

  • Rick B (Australia) 6 December 2012

    Hey all JD's fans if you have any of the gold medal bottles and not going to drink it. Pass it on. I've had 1905, 1914 and 1954 all of which I and my mate which enjoys as much as me have drunk besides the new 2 bottles of 1954 I got today and I am going to buy another. All of these bottles deserve to be drunk on special occ. on the rocks or straight up. Mmmmm bottoms up fella's money is money and whiskey is to be enjoyed.

  • Anonymous 30 August 2011

    I have a 1915 and is by far the best whisky that I have ever had. Drink it conservatively but aint no way on earth that I am going through life whothout drinking it.once of a lifetime experience that just can't go undone. Life is too short to not try it.

  • betty 9 June 2011

    Got my bottle, lovely~! :)

  • Mikey 4 January 2011

    As per the last reviewer I rarely touch old Jack but this one was quite the quaffable expression - Shared it at a leaving do recently and selfishly had to keep plenty o' peoples' mitts off of it.

  • charn 10 October 2010

    absolutely lovely! and this is coming from a guy that never touches JD otherwise.

  • Matt 7 October 2010

    To answer the last post on here. I believe it is different from the normal No.7 brand. I drank a bottle of the 1914 and that was really different but realised after I drank it that perhaps I shouldn't have as the bottles are quite rare to get hold of. If you do want to try it I would suggest buying 2 bottles.

  • Anonymous 16 September 2010

    is this whiskey different from normal Jack daniels, or is it the same but in a commemorative bottle?

  • TWE Admin 20 July 2010

    Best guess is about 2002, Joe.

  • joe 15 July 2010

    Can anyone tell me when this was botteld thanks! 1915? cant be!

  • Dareyl 19 May 2010

    Life is WAY to short.....take a sip of your Jack people

  • dion de melo 3 May 2010

    i have six off these bottles never tasted it .but the reviews tell us this is a lovely whisky .hopefully i will open a bottle or two on a special ocassion .jacks forever

  • Drd 25 April 2010

    I do have one 1915 home and i am from polan imagine how hard it was to buy it. now i can't wait to open it and find out the teast... but there have to be some special ocasion. the thing is that i'm 18 years old and i can still appreciate the importance of 1915 jack. jack rules...

  • M Blick 1 April 2010

    I have bottle of this sitting at home never to be drank. But I did open my bottle of the 1914 ( I brought it, and drank before I realised what I was doing ) but that was lovely. Really smooth and fresh, with a subtle after tones of oak. But saying that I can't find the 1914 again and would never drink it.. I just hope the 1915 tastes the same but then I'll never find out unless I buy another.

  • Kurt Dearnbarger 25 October 2009

    good stuff