JACK DANIEL Fire Tennessee Whiskey is a classic cinnamon-infused spirit, with a nose that’s immediately redolent of Red Hots, but not overpowering. The body is more quiet and candylike than, well, fiery. The palate starts off sweet, with vanilla caramel notes, essentially classic JD, with the attention of some apple cider character in the mid-palate. The cinnamon comes along later, well tempered with plenty of sugar to keep the cinnamon candy notes from searing the roof of your mouth. This is fine — no one is drinking these whiskeys because they enjoy pain — but Jack’s rendition ends up a little over-sweetened, the way too much Equal leaves a funky taste on your tongue.
Brand: JACK DANIEL’S
Categrories: Single Malt Scotch Whisky
Clear, Golden and Rose.
Buttered popcorn with whiffs of almond oil, vanilla and a touch of bitumen and green apple.
On the palate, you will be met with aromas of vanilla, spices and oak.
The finish can only be described as extensive and soft.