Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey
- SP Wine Spectator
- WE Wine Enthusiast
- VN Vinous
- RP Robert Parker’s The Wine Advocate
- ST Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar
- OT Other Review Service
- Gold Premier Gold - Best Value*
- Plat Premier Platinum - Our Highest Recommendation
- * as rated by our staff
87 pts. Jim Murray’s Whisky Bible (2010 ed.): ,
Thick, oily, smoky, dense, corn syrupy… it’s Jack Daniel; sweet, fat, chewy, various types of burnt notes: toffee, toast, etc. etc.; quite a sweet, fat, and toffeed finale; a unique whiskey at which many American whiskey connoisseurs turn up their noses. I always think it’s worth the occasional visit; you can’t beat roughing it a little.
84 pts.Wine Enthusiast: March, 1997
Deep gold, with an amber cast. Medium-bodied. Peach, apricot, almonds. Soft, smooth texture. Slightly round and lush on the palate. Pleasantly fruity, with engaging notes of nutty spice. Lively, persistent finish.
Malt Advocate: June 1, 2001
A sweetish nose with some pleasant tobacco notes; a light body that leans toward medium and a sooty palate that brings notes of light fruits that are almost, but not quite, overshadowed by a sharp pepperiness; the finish is medium and leaves a pleasant sooty trail in the throat.