When you hear the words “bottled in bond,” do you think Jack Daniel’s? Didn’t think so. Believe it or not, Jack Daniel’s has a bottled-in-bond expression. It’s just exclusive to travel-retail outlets. Will it prove a notable step up from the 80-proof Old No. 7? Very likely.
Pour: Jack Daniel’s Bottled in Bond
Age: not stated (at least 4 years)
Color: rich amber
Nose: toasted banana, creme brulee, faint spice
Taste: mild vanilla, honey-pear, nutmeg
Finish: moderately long w/ custard, barrel char, cinnamon toast
Overall: As predicted, a notch above your everyday Jack Daniel’s but that’s about it. Profile-wise, there’s very little in terms of uniqueness – not much of a boost in complexity either. Still, a decent pour, and for $38 a liter who’s complaining?
Rating: Old No. 7.1
One thought on “Jack Daniel’s Bottled in Bond”
Yes, is better than 7, extra proof helps a lot, it reminded me about the old 7 from 2000 because nowadays 7 is a total letdown.
This is my go to Jack (besides the proof and taste, the 1L bottle and of course the price helped too).