It takes effort and passion for developing something that lasts over 150 years. The people and history that makeup Jack Daniel's have more than enough of both. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey, the honey-flavored whiskey, is the best of the distillery's flavored whiskeys. It combines its renowned Tennessee whiskey with a honey liqueur made with actual honey. If you've been hesitant to try flavored whiskeys in the past, Tennessee Honey is worth a shot. It appeals to both seasoned whiskey lovers and those new to the category. In addition, this sweet honey and smooth whiskey combination will appeal to those who prefer flavored vodkas. Finally, it's refreshing on its own and makes a great complement to simple soda mixed beverages and a wide range of hot and cold cocktails.
The Whiskey was launched in 2011 by Jack Daniel's distillery. The Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey is combined with a "proprietary honey liqueur" as the foundation. Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey has a lovely alcohol content of 35 percent by volume (70 proof).
From start to end, Tennessee Honey is undeniably Jack Daniel's. It avoids the cloying or artificial taste that many flavored whiskeys have. The perfume is enticing, with honey sweetness complimented by the unmistakable scent of charcoal-mellowed whiskey. With a light body and flavors of toasty nuts and vanilla, charred wood, and undertones of spice, the taste is a beautiful marriage of natural honey with Jack Daniel's. The finish is rounded and lingers, providing a final taste of the wine's pleasant smoothness.
You can enjoy Tennessee Honey in a variety of ways. It's a valuable complement to any bar, either as a straight sipper or a cocktail mixer. However, when it comes to blending Tennessee Honey with whiskey liqueurs, simplicity is frequently best. For a refreshing tall drink, pour a shot over ice and top with soda; try it with cola, Dr. Pepper, or lighter sodas like ginger ale and lemon-lime soda. Choose a spicy ginger beer if you want something less sweet. With lemonade or iced tea, Tennessee Honey is also delicious.