BottlesJack Daniel’s American Single Malt Finds America's First Registered Distillery Headed Towards Its Scottish Roots

Jack Daniel’s American Single Malt Finds America’s First Registered Distillery Headed Towards Its Scottish Roots


Jack Daniel’s has unveiled its American Single Malt Whiskey, the brand’s first permanent expression made from 100% malted barley. The new expression comes in a one-liter bottle.

Jack Daniel’s American Single Malt features a 100% malted barley mash bill that is ground, fermented, and distilled in Lynchburg, Tennessee. The whiskey is charcoal mellowed and then aged in new, charred American oak barrels before being finished in Oloroso Sherry Casks. 

“When we began experimenting with a 100% malt grain bill back in 2012, we knew it would be critical to put our own stamp on timeless Single Malt traditions and craft something that was uniquely Jack Daniel’s,” said Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller Chris Fletcher. “There was a lot of excitement surrounding our limited edition American Single Malt Special Release last year, and we are thrilled to now offer Jack Daniel’s American Single Malt to our friends around the world.”

The whiskey offers aromas of soft oak, fruit, and cocoa alongside notes of dark chocolate-covered nuts and berries with a subtle, sweet Oloroso Sherry finish. Distinctive packaging features a cork stopper and an embossed distillery stamp of America’s First Registered Distillery.

Bottled at 45% ABV, the permanent American Single Malt is available in select duty-free outlets worldwide beginning this month for a price of $99.99 per one-liter bottle. For more information, head over to the brand’s official website.

Earlier this month, Jack Daniel’s introduced a Bonded Rye Whiskey as the newest addition to its Bonded Series. In May, Jack Daniel’s unveiled the latest addition to its Single Barrel Collection, Jack Daniel’s Barrel Proof Rye.

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