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OT - What is Gentlemans Jack??

I know it is a Jack Daniels Varient, but man it really kicked my A$$ last night. Is it aged longer? I had two swigs from the bottle after i had more than a couple of beers. It didnt have that Jack bite in the taste. My jeep chick and i went to a party last night and everything was fine, and when i got home, after she drove, i was KO'd. Not sick or anything, but that stuff added a punch. I want to try that stuff some more, but without the accompanying beer.

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Re: OT - What is Gentlemans Jack??

Gentleman Jack is my drink of choice, (if I'm somewhere they don't have Barrel House Select or Barrel House #1)
Gentleman Jack is a premium version of Tennessee Whisky (a cross between a sour mash and a bourbon).

It's only 80 proof (40% alcohol by volume).

It's filtered and aged in a particular way to make it VERY smooth.
It's an excellent sipping whisky, or over ice that has no aftertaste.
(some ice has the aftertaste of the crap in the water)

There are two available better grades of Jack Daniel's, Barrel House Select and Single Barrel.
If you ever stumble onto a wooden box that has a bottle of 94 proof in it, you have a bottle of Barrel House #1 and that is the best grade.
(The empty bottles, boxes and authentication tags are worth around $300 without the booze! Full bottles are selling for about $2,200 right now)

Here is a pic of the wooden box with the Barrel House #1


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Me and JD used to party a lot years ago. Had to give it up, started making me act like a damn redneck.

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Re: OT - What is Gentlemans Jack??

Me and bourbon = no good, but I believe it is aged longer, smoother and more expensive. If its stronger than regular Jack I don't know. I haven't touched the stuff since one fateful night in high school... actually it was more the next 2 days why I don't drink it.

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Mind Melvin, forgot the pic...

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Re: OT - What is Gentlemans Jack??

yes.. it is a very nice drink.. i also like the Jack Daniels "Gold Medal" bottles.. i just got done with a 1904 bottle.. mmmmm...mmmm... good...

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