750 mL - Jack Daniels Fire Tennessee Whiskey
Palate. Sweet, spicy and alarmingly drinkable – much less fiery than those nose suggests. It has a big hit of cinnamon, a pleasant heat and lots of flavour, but doesn't take the fire too far. It's thick and oily in texture, with brown sugar and butter underneath the cinnamon and spice.
Is Jack fire better than fireball?
Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire is the better cinnamon whiskey. ... Tennessee Fire has slightly more alcohol at 70 proof compared to 66-proof with Fireball, but you can't really taste the difference. Price wise Jack Daniel's is more expensive at $23.99 for 750ml, about $7 more than Fireball.
What does Jack Daniels fire taste like?
Sweet, spicy and alarmingly drinkable – much less fiery than that nose suggests. It has a big hit of cinnamon, a pleasant heat and lots of flavor, but doesn't take the fire too far. It's thick and oily in texture, with brown sugar and butter underneath the cinnamon and spice.
Every drop of Jack Daniel's available anywhere in the world is made solely at our historic Distillery in Lynchburg, Tennessee.
Jack Daniel's is a brand of Tennessee whiskey and the top-selling American whiskey in the world. It is produced in Lynchburg, Tennessee, by the Jack Daniel Distillery, which has been owned by the Brown–Forman Corporation since 1956.
What do you mix with Jack Daniels Tennessee fire?
Jack Fire Mule
To start, pour 1.5 parts Jack Daniel's Tennessee Fire into your shaker. Next, add 1 part Banana Syrup and 1 part lime juice. Toss some ice in and give it a good shake. Strain over more ice, top with ginger beer and garnish with a lime.
Pour Jack Fire over ice. Add Coca-Cola Cinnamon®. Add ginger beer. Garnish with lime wedge.
In the IWSR 2013 World Class Brands rankings of wine and spirits brands, Jack Daniel's was ranked third on the global level. More recently, in 2017, it ranked at number 16 on the IWSR's Real 100 Spirits Brands Worldwide list. Additionally, the brand evaluation consultancy Intangible Business ranked Jack Daniel's fourth on its Power 100 Spirits and Wine list in both 2014 and 2015.