Four Amazing Facts You Don’t Know about Jack Daniel’s

Jack Daniel’s whiskey has an interesting history with a ton of fun facts you may not know. Find below the top 4 amazing facts you need to know about Jack Daniel’s

Jack Learnt how to Distil From a minister

A Lutheran minister named Dan Call taught Jack how to distill when he was just 6 years old. When Jack clocked 13, Dan Call’s wife forced him to choose between the ministry – which viewed alcohol as a sin – and his whiskey. Jack bought the distillery from call.

It’s Made in a Dry County

Jack Daniel’s whiskey is made in a dry county. The distillery is located in Moore County, in the city of Lynchburg, Tennessee. A dry county is one that allows no alcohol sales at all. The government of that county forbids alcoholic beverages from being sold in restaurants and stores in its jurisdiction.

Four Varieties Are Offered

While most people think of Jack Daniel’s as being one whiskey, there is so much more. There are actually four different versions of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey: the original Old No. 7, Gentleman Jack, Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel, and Tennessee Honey. They differ in ingredients, their mellowing process, and their maturing process, in order to create unique flavors to appeal to a variety of tastes.

Your Choice of Customized Bottles

By visiting the Jack Daniel’s Facebook page, you can create as many as ten customized labels per month. Each label can contain up to 26 characters and can be one or two lines.

It’s an ideal way to give your Jack Daniel’s whiskey bottles a little something extra. It is also perfect for gift giving.

Jack Daniel’s varieties are available on www.myshayo.com/whiskey at affordable prices.

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