Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey

I guess this is another first… A whiskey liqueur on my blog. And not a very upmarket one like Drambuie 15 or something exquisite from Master of Malt, but a rather regular one. I have to place one note: I am drinking this one in a motel in Fallon, Nevada. It’s quite warm and there are no glasses in the motel, only a paper cup…

Nose
Well, honey, of course. Quite light and a bit thin. Caramel and doughnuts.

Taste
Also a bit like a desert and like doughnuts and other very sweet pastry. The whisky is rather hard to detect since the honey and pastry notes are definetly overpowering.

Finish
If possible, it gets only sweeter. Quite a long finish, but not one I’d cme back for.

It’s not terrible. It’s not disgusting. It is, however, the last time I tried this one. WAY too sweet, and too much like a doughnut. I like doughnuts, but not in my booze…

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey, 35%, $2,29 for a 50ml sample. Available at the run down supermarket behind the laundromat next to the Super 8 motel… 😀

Nose: 2
Taste: 1
Finish: 1
Overal experience: 0
Price/quality: 0

Total: 4 points

This would result in 0 stars, but since the iPad version of wordpress won’t let me access my images, there will be no image…

About Sjoerd de Haan-Kramer

I'm very interested in booze, with a focus on whisky. I like to listen to loads of music and play lots of Magic: the Gathering, and board games too. I'm married to Anneke, have two daughters Ot and Cato, a son Moos and a cat called Kikker (which means Frog, in Dutch). I live in Krommenie, The Netherlands.
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