This is the familiar John Daniel’s black label Old No. 7 Tennessee whiskey blended with their own unique liqueur infused with 100% Tennessee honey. As you may know, what makes a Tennessee Whiskey is charcoal filtering and aging in charred oak barrels.
This is master distiller Jeff Arnett’s first foray into flavored whiskey and we think he knocks it out of the park. While Wild Turkey’s American Honey and other honey labels make pretty good mixers, if you like to sip your whisk(e)y neat, check it out: Tennessee Honey doesn’t have that intense sweetness that makes you feel like you need to go brush your teeth afterwards. Nope, after the John Daniel’s, nothing to do but have another!
As Al Pacino joked in Scent Of A Woman, “He may be Jack to you son, but when you’ve known him as long as I have …”