Whiskey Review: Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye Whiskey with Jack Daniel’s Classic Comparison

Today we taste and review Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Rye Whiskey and compare it to Jack Daniel’s Classic.

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Comments

contentioushackery says:

I think Daniel didn’t answer the question that was asked. Regardless of the license, I feel it is misleading to call your company a Distillery or say “produced by Foo Distilling” on the label if you dont have a still or even a rack house. But if they are honest about it there is nothing wrong with sourced whiskey.

BlunderfulGuy says:

High West had an interesting white oat-based (maybe 100% oat) spirit, after getting to try it I’ve wanted to get some and have a go at aging it. Very oily and blueberry-filled iirc.

Jeremy Stamps says:

Can we please get a camera on the trash can?

Jason Graffis says:

What was pretty cool is that Jack released an unaged rye at the beginning, a rested rye after 2 years in barrels, then the full rye now so you could compare throughout the aging process. I enjoyed the comparison. Also, when you take the Jack distillery tour you can smell the sugar maples all around you so it’s neat to taste that from the charcoal in the whiskey.

Alex Mallett says:

Any thoughts on Whiskey made from rice??

buttnakedsneaks says:

Laffy taffy is the best

Randall Janc says:

#experimentcult

Austin Taylor says:

I was expecting 5-10 min of trying to make paper wads into the box…

Pat McDermott says:

What’s the other advertising ploy Rex has – a throwback to National Lampoon with a label showing a puppy with a gun to its head and “Buy this whiskey or we shoot the dog!”?

ham and cheese says:

Hey guys, I’m looking for your review of laphroaig 10. It’s the first Islay I have tried. I’m only 22, and have tried a few when I can afford at a bar, or buy a bottle. Glenmorangie original, monkey shoulder (from your advice), glenfiddich 12… I’m thinking about another islay and would think about spending a little more, I’m just looking for advice. And for someone who works at a bottle shop in Australia thank you for some of your facts which I have stole.

The4Wills says:

It’s likely wrong that I am partaking in a blend of Trader Joe’s and Jim Beam watching this

sman7290 says:

Because…..SMOOOOOOOOOTH!

Dal Brazzell says:

Maple on the nose because it’s filtered through sugar maple charcoal after distillation and before being barreled

50% Iberian 50% Slav says:

I would say that they do the charcoal filtering to make it “smooth”, I got my conclusion from drinking normal Jack Daniels and Gentleman Jack at the same time, the second even tho the only difference in the making is the doble filtering it is way “smoother” than the normie Jack

Kevin says:

Koval has a 100% Millet whisky

Cam Radz says:

So a licensed finished or blender can get a still and start distilling at any time or do they need to change something on there license

Jacob Moorman says:

11/10 grey shirt

Lazer Bear says:

Every Jack Daniel’s product I’ve had has a pretty pronounced artificial banana note in the nose. I don’t know what it is about their process, but it’s always there. (Isoamyl acetate is the specific compound.)

Corey James says:

Gentlemen could you perhaps review one of my stepdas favourite whisky’s Cù Bòcan? His is the limited edition 1989 cask strength. But I am curious for general opinion on the whisky.

timshulepov says:

I think the problem with the way Jack Daniels and Maker’s Mark have been making attempts at innovation is that they’re uncomfortable to make a significant step away from the things they’re famous for. It seems like they try to make something slightly different, and then it ends up being too timid to be a new thing, but too unusual to be put on the same level as the original expressions.

Whiskey-Wise says:

So, I brought the Jack Rye, but not the Arran 10.

kwstas massias says:

Pliz put a camera a gopro something to watch the trash and when you shoot a paper and go in put it in the video

The Mash and Drum says:

totally agree! Jack Daniels smells like Trail mix banana chips. Nice shot in the Glenlivet code box!

Flex Tango says:

I love the jack single barrel rye a lot!

Josh Trujillo says:

Money. That is why.

Korey Williams says:

Dejavu?

Diego Diaz says:

I liked the joke

Robert Bellock says:

There is a bottle to your right at eye level with a golden stag/deer on it with a bluish green label. What is it???

Michael Slager says:

#BottomShelfMatters! 🙂

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