In 1876, in its current location, the Jack Daniel Distillery was established and registered by the federal government. Today, after 150 years of history, it is the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Jack Daniels "sour mash" is made mostly of corn, a little bit of rye, and, of course, barley malt. But the real secret of this Whiskey is in the pure, iron-free water of the Hollow.
A special limited-edition bottle of Jack Daniel's, celebrating a not-often discussed part of the whiskey's history: the days when it had a bright green and gold label. Back before 1904 this is what bottles of Jack looked like, although the distillery claim to have lost all records about why it looked like this. In the bottle, it's Old No.7, but at 43% ABV, giving it a more punch than the regular release. A must for collector's and fans of Jack Daniel's classic Tennessee style.