Jack Daniel's Old No.7

70cl / 40%
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Jack Daniel's Old No.7
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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.

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.

61 Customer Reviews

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  • 3
    6 August

    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

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

  • 5
    5 May

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

  • 5
    31 January

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

  • 5
    11 January

    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.

  • 5
    17 October 2016

    I became a big fan of JD ever since I have tried it for the first time. Great whisky for every weekend use. It's the only one, that doesn't give you a hangover if you overdose. I personally prefer it with Pepsi, as in opposition to Coke, Pepsi enriches the taste of JD, while Coke mess it up completely. And if you plan to have a lot of it, don't try it with any sugar free drinks (the ones with aspartame), because the taste will become unacceptable.

  • 5
    14 August 2016

    Wow extra quality

  • 5
    30 June 2016

    Coke and this, its heaven

  • 5
    15 June 2016

    like with peaches

  • 4
    8 May 2016

    I'm an American single malt lover but JD is the first whiskey i ever fell in love with. Don't sip it like you would a fine scotch. Try it on the rocks. Perfect on a hot summer day

  • 5
    30 April 2016

    Excellent flavor.

  • 3
    4 April 2016

    An initial hint of sweetness gives way to the smell of polish and glue which isn't great if i'm honest. Personally it isn't something I would drink neat as the burnt char taste lingers for a bit to long but it is nice with a diet coke. The flavour of the jack daniels enhances the caramel in the diet coke. Still a staple for the drinks cupboard!

  • 5
    28 March 2016

    a very delicate aromas of fruits sometimes ripen bananas and strong oak taste is like strong woods with balance of caramelized sugar a smother yet very approachable whiskey

  • 3
    3 March 2016

    If you're new to drinking, you'll love it, if you're not, it will disappoint you. Drink with coke, equal parts, and a little ice for a Lemmy.

  • 4
    21 January 2016


  • 5
    28 December 2015

    The Old No.7 is the best drink out there. Better than scotch or vodka. You can have it straight or with coke, both options are good.

  • 5
    23 December 2015

    Superb whisky

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