The Flavor of Jack Daniel’s Bonded Triple Mash!

When it comes to , no other distillery has the same kind of reputation as Jack Daniel's. Founded in Lynchburg, in 1866, the company has become one of the most iconic American whiskey brands in the world. Their signature Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey is well-loved for its smooth and mellow flavor, while their Gentleman Jack Premium Whiskey stands out for its unique production process and exquisite taste. Now, Jack Daniel's is taking things up a notch with the release of their new Triple Mash whiskey.

Jack Daniel's Triple Mash is a Bottled-in-Bond whiskey that is made by blending together bonded versions of the standard Jack Daniel's, Straight and an American Single . This blend creates a unique flavor profile that is sure to plase even the most discerning of whiskey drinkers. The whiskey has notes of honey, malt and soft oak that give way to a long lasting finish that lingers on your palate. The content of this Bottled-in-Bond whiskey clocks in at 100 proof (50% ABV).

To ensure quality and consistency, every bottle of Triple Mash must be distilled by a single distiller during a single distillation season and aged in government bonded warehouses for at least four years before being bottled at 100 proof (50% ABV). This stringent process helps to ensure that every bottle is up to Jack Daniel's high standards for flavor and quality.

In addition to the Triple Mash whiskey, Jack Daniel's also recently released its Coy Hill High Proof Whiskey which has an ABV up to 77.55%. This Small Batch Special Release offers intense flavors that are sure to knock you off your feet!

Whether you're looking for something smooth and mellow or something more intense and bold, Jack Daniel's Triple Mash and Coy Hill High Proof Whiskeys are sure to satisfy your craving for something special! These two whiskeys are now available across the US so be sure to give them a try if you get the chance!

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The Benefits of Triple Mash Whiskey

Triple Mash whiskey is a unique type of American whiskey that is produced using a distinctive three-step process. First, the mash bill – the grain ingredients – are made up of three distinct grains, including corn, rye, and malted barley. The grains are then milled and mixed with bfore being fermented for several days. Once fermented, the resulting wash is distilled to separate out the alcohol from the water. Finally, the whiskey is aged in wooden for a minimum of four years as part of its Bottled-in-Bond designation. After aging, it is bottled at 100 proof (50% ABV). This three-step process gives Triple Mash whiskey its unique flavor profile and makes it stand out from other types of American whiskey.

The Process of Making Jack Daniels Triple Mash

Jack Daniel's Triple Mash is made by blending together three different types of whiskey: a bonded version of their popular Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey, Straight Rye Whiskey, and a bonded American Single Malt Whiskey. All three whiskeys are sourced from the same distillery and then blended together in exact proportions to create the unique flavor profile of Jack Daniel's Triple Mash. The whiskey is then aged in oak barrels to bring out its complex flavor, before being bottled and sold.

The Release of Jack Daniels Triple Mash

Jack Daniel's Triple Mash was officially released in June 2020 across the United States. This unique whiskey is crafted from a blend of three separate mash bills, created to achieve a unique flavor profile that includes notes of honey, malt, and soft oak. The Triple Mash also features Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey as the base spirit and is bottled at 90 proof. It is an ideal addition to any whiskey enthusiast's collection and perfect for mixing into .

The Longest Aged Jack Daniels Whiskey

The longest aged Jack Daniels is their 10 Year Tennessee Whiskey. This whiskey has been aged for a minimum of 10 years in new white American oak barrels, resulting in a smooth and flavorful whiskey. The aging process results in rich, complex flavors that are highlighted by notes of toasted oak, vanilla, caramel, and honey. The high quality of this whiskey results from its triple distillation process usng the same traditional charcoal mellowing method that has been used since 1866. This method helps to bring out the flavors of the whiskey without overpowering them. The 10 Year Tennessee Whiskey is the ultimate expression of Jack Daniels' commitment to craftsmanship and quality, making it a true benchmark for other whiskeys to aspire to.


In conclusion, Jack Daniel's is a world-renowned whiskey brand that has been producing high-quality for over 150 years. Their newest release, the Triple Mash, combines three distinct whiskeys to create an exquisite blend of flavors that are sure to please even the most discerning whiskey connoisseur. The Triple Mash is bottled-in-bond and contains a unique combination of Jack Daniel's Straight Rye, American Single Malt, and Jack Daniel's High Proof Whiskey. With its unique flavor profile and expertly crafted blending process, Jack Daniel's Triple Mash is sure to be a hit with whiskey enthusiasts everywhere.

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