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For those of you who don't know, the Master Distiller series was born to pay tribute to the seven master distillers who have overseen the making of Jack Daniel's whiskies throughout its history.
And of the seven bottles, there is one dedicated to the first master distiller outside Jack's family, No. 4.
He is Jess Gamble who was only at the distillery for two years, but was one of the most important and growing moments for the company.
Jess made a whisky with a slightly milder flavour than the original, sweet, light and spicy, nutty and a little smoky. Nutty and caramel notes with a surprising hint of banana make this whisky a delight to the palate.
This whisky is perfect on its own on the rocks, but if you prefer it with a mixer in a long glass, we don't consider it sacrilege. Not at all.
Jack opened his first distillery in 1866 when he was just 16 years old and could hardly have imagined that he was laying the foundation stone for what is probably the most famous whisky in the world. Nearis Green, the black slave, along with his two sons helped him create an empire that has lasted to this day.
Along the way, they revised the charcoal maple filtering process, the so-called charcoal mellowing that differentiates a Tennessee whiskey from a bourbon, giving it its distinctive aroma and flavour.
Finally, Jack Daniel died in 1911 due to an infection caused by stubbing his toe on his safe when he was unable to open it. Childless, he handed the distillery over to his nephew Lem Motlow, who continued the unstoppable expansion of the brand.
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