This Tennesse whiskey is filtered on charcoal before the barrel is put and, in the unique case, before bottling. As the packaging indicates, the Gentleman Jack is the sweet side of the traditional Jack Daniel's that is filtered once.
The little spicy original entry into the mouth disappears quickly enough to give way to the sweetness provided by double filtration. Light menthol and medicinal finish, accompanied by a taste of raspberry jujubes fresh out of the box. Very approachable (democratic?). Go everywhere and accessible to introduce new fans to whiskeys, but sadly lacks personality and singularity.
The funny man from Lynchburg who walks in a trench, perhaps ready to open it, looks suspicious. Smoked with plastic and vinegar, there is something strange and inappropriate, both in the nose and mouth, to the point of asking questions about the method of manufacture. The final is in vanilla and excuses a little more than ordinary beginning, although we still find the extraterrestrial plastic. A funny tide disparate, but when the waves are not beautiful ... and when in a tasting of JD is the glass in which it remains the most ...
On the nose, spices and very light smoke. In the mouth, vanilla takes up a lot of space and leaves very little spice and burnt notes. The finish is rather short and inexpressive. Still well balanced if you take into account that the goal was to make a whiskey easier to drink. I do not need a whiskey that's easier to drink.