Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Liqueur

Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Liqueur

Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Liqueur

Drinkhacker.com:

The palate offers more than just honey: There is wood, vanilla, lavender, and notable lemon character as the finish fades away. Charcoal touches come on as the finish disappears completely. As honey liqueurs go, this has a lot going on, and that’s, as they say, a good thing.

I grabbed a bottle over the weekend and, I have to say, it’s very different in a good way. I like it.

It doesn’t strike me as a liqueur though. Maybe because it’s supposed to be served chilled but I keep the bottle on my bar and have been drinking it at room temperature. Maybe because I’m not a sophisticated drinker. Still, no complaints. It’s 70 proof, which I’m not thrilled about. I wish they’d have stuck with 80, but it’s different enough and enjoyable enough that it gets a pass.

I’ll buy it again. No doubt about that.

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