Color: bright, transparent amber.
Flavor: Suggestions of caramel, marshmallow and vanilla candy with hints of toasted oak.
Palate: pleasantly fruity, with hints of spices.
PRODUCER: Jack Daniels.
PREPARATION INFORMATION: Jeff Arnett, home of the master distiller Jack Daniel, wanted to dedicate this Tennessee whiskey (that's right, in Yankees form) to the distillery's gentleman and founder. Hence the name of this spirit that differs from others, because it ends up accumulated and initiated. It seems a detail, but it is not, and why. Making soft, smooth, distillate is the process of onboard charcoal filtration. In practice, after distillation still, whiskey is subjected to a double step on the charcoal, which softens to taste. After the distillate, it is left to mature for a few years in American oak barrels and then filtered a third time before being bottled. This is how Lynchburg's house shows a whiskey that has no equal in the world. A spirit worthy of the most refined palates, to drink pure to enjoy all the nuances of flavor that years of oak aging have given. Jack Whiskey Daniel Caballero is dedicated to all true gentlemen, like old Jack.