Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select Tasting Notes
has not always had the best reputation. Known to be one of the cheaper Whiskeys around, the spirit can be found anywhere in the world. Jack Daniels Sinatra blend couldn’t be further from this standard.
With a deep, smokey, oak aroma, Sinatra Jack Daniels is far and away from the original. There are aromatic hints of charcoal, tropical fruits like mango and pineapple, spice, and citrus. The flavor profile is a rich, luscious sweetness that makes this Sinatra Jack Daniels price well worth it. The chocolate, oak, and molasses aftertaste are as soothing as one of the classic Sinatra crooners.
Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select Production Process
As all Jack Daniels is, the Sinatra Jack Daniels is produced in Tennesse. With at least a majority of 51% corn mash, the whiskey is aged unusually. It is left to mature in new, charred oak barrels. Before the aging, it is filtered through maple charcoal to remove impurities and enhance sweetness.
Made to pay homage on JD’s 100th birthday, Jack Daniel’s Sinatra select is a very limited product. Only 100 barrels were made of this luscious spirit. This is why the Sinatra Jack Daniels price is so steep - it is certainly going to be a collector's item for many.
Master distiller Jeff Arnett hand-selected the 100 barrels to create this signature Jack Daniels Sinatra blend. They wanted to further this unique experience for fans by including a selection of unreleased Sinatra music.
This whiskey is sold at 100 proof, making it one of the stronger spirits sold on the market. Certainly intended to be enjoyed neat, or on the rocks. It is sure to pack a punch, just as Sinatra would have wanted.