Jack Daniel's Old No.7

70cl / 40%
  • Tennessee Whiskey
Jack Daniel's Old No.7
Web Exclusive Price £24.45 £20.38 ex VAT (£34.93 per litre)
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The original all-conquering cola-friendly colossus, Jack Daniel's No. 7 commands a legion of fans worldwide, thanks to the sweet smoothness imparted by the Lincoln County Process of charcoal-mellowing the spirit before maturation.
Country
USA
Region
Tennessee

Character

  • Cinnamon Cinnamon
  • Orange Orange
  • Dark Chocolate Dark Chocolate
  • Toast Toast

Jack Daniel's Old No.7 Reviews

Tasting Notes

  • Tasting Notes by Billy A

    Nose: Brown sugar syrup, sour raisins, wood polish, resin, green leaves, hints of wood glue.

    Palate: Sweet, with light body and mouth-feel. Dutch chocolate strands on toast, orange touches, perfumed wood, cinnamon.

    Finish: Terry's Chocolate orange, more wood polish and some lingering char.

73 Customer Reviews

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  • 1
    14 January

    Absolute trash. Works ok as a mixer, sure, but don't ever think about drinking this straight - well, unless you actually like the taste of glue and window cleaner, of course. Jack Daniel's Old No. 7 is a great example of what proper marketing can do for a near worthless product.

  • 1
    13 December 2018

    Utter crap. Brown vodka

  • 2
    29 November 2018

    My go-to bourbon a long yime ago, before I discovered and dabbled with others

  • 5
    24 November 2018

    Vaikka sivas salute 21v on kova sana

  • 5
    9 November 2018

    I understand this is an entry level bourbon. But the hate it gets because it’s popular is silly. I absolutely love old no.7 and I drink it neat, with coke or ginger ale. I even introduced my fiancée to bourbon by giving her this. She loves it now more than wine. Obviously there are better ones than this, but it’s always in my top 10.

  • 4
    9 November 2018

    Goes great with iced tea

  • 5
    9 June 2018

    Only whiskey worth the price.

  • 5
    31 May 2018

    Had my first taste of this when I was 23 yrs old I'm now almost 51, & this is still my drink of choice. And always drank the same way "neat", great for sippin and relaxing with.

  • 2
    22 February 2018

    Really cannot drink it after tried other like Black label or BALLANTINE'S 12

  • 1
    4 December 2017

    Undrinkable. I now understand why "Jack and Coke" is popular. Because that is pretty much the only way to get it down. The sweetness is a sickly, artificial sweetness, that seems to be there to mask the lack of depth. Goes down harshly with an almost chemical like aftertaste. Probably drinkable on a college party after having done multiple shots of vodka...

  • 1
    4 December 2017

    Undrinkable. I now understand why "Jack and Coke" is popular. Because that is pretty much the only way to get it down. The sweetness is a sickly, artificial sweetness, that seems to be there to mask the lack of depth. Goes down harshly with an almost chemical like aftertaste. Probably drinkable on a college party after having done multiple shots of vodka...

  • 3
    4 October 2017

    This is one of the best mass produced whiskys out there. Always consistent and tastes pretty good neat if you're in the mood for a blast of heavy char, brown sugar and vanilla. Doesn't have the punch or finish of a more expensive bourbon, but it certainly has the character.

  • 3
    6 August 2017

    Nice for sipping straight in a small glass no ice cola just ruins the taste and makes it sickly would not add anything to any spiritis including vodka

  • 5
    11 May 2017

    The best-known bourbon, best tasting, esp. Single barrel

  • 5
    5 May 2017

    I like Jack Daniels Old Number 7 much better than Gentleman Jack.

  • 5
    31 January 2017

    Touch of some tabasco sauce and a squirt of ranch and BAM. You got yourself a drink.

  • 5
    11 January 2017

    It's great. You might question the first two shots but after that you start to love the taste. The woody taste.

  • 5
    31 December 2016

    Best whiskey ever.

  • 5
    17 December 2016

    I had my JD on the rocks last night and it was really good with a side of Pistacios. No hangover at all.

  • 5
    25 October 2016

    Used to be into this at college thirty years ago, then abandoned it for some reason. I recently rediscovered it and can't get enough. Just a dash of coke to take the edge off makes for a great drink, and I never get a hangover even after a heavy Friday night. The Coke is down to taste, so I'll agree to disagree with Big JD fan - I find it too sweet with Pepsi. I totally agree on the diet cola aspect - very nasty.

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