Jack Daniel's Bonded is a type of whiskey produced by the Jack Daniel's brand, which is known for its iconic Tennessee whiskey. Bonded whiskey, also known as "bottled-in-bond," is a specific type of American whiskey that is required to meet certain production standards. To be labeled as bonded, the whiskey must be the product of one distillation season, made by one distillery, and aged in a federally bonded warehouse for at least four years. It must also be bottled at 50% alcohol by volume (ABV) or higher.
Jack Daniel's Bonded is made using the brand's signature "sour mash" process, in which the mash (a mixture of grains and water) used to make the whiskey is fermented using a portion of the mash from a previous batch. This process helps to create a consistent flavor profile for the whiskey. Jack Daniel's Bonded has a rich, smooth flavor with notes of oak, vanilla, and caramel. It is often enjoyed neat or on the rocks, but can also be used as a base for cocktails.
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