Such a Gentleman Whiskey Gift Basket

$135.00

Gentleman Jack Whiskey with coffee, popcorn, and chocolates in a wooden trunk

Have questions? Contact a team member at 1-888-272-0220.

Share
  • Description

    Such a Gentleman Whiskey Gift Basket

    Gentleman: a chivalrous, courteous, or honorable man. Gentleman Jack Rare Tennessee Whiskey by Jack Daniel’s is a premium version of their original whiskey.  Various grains, such as barley, rye, and wheat, are all different varieties of whiskey – a distilled beverage containing alcohol produced from a mash of fermented grain.  Grains, distillation, and the aging in wood barrels are characteristics that differ whiskey to whiskey. Because of the smoothness this whiskey owns, Such a Gentleman Whiskey Gift Basket makes a great gift for Father’s Day for Dad, Grandpa, Uncle, Brother, or Cousin!

    Such a Gentleman Whiskey Gift Basket

    Just like the wooden barrel it’s aged in, we’ve complemented Gentleman Jack in a distressed wooden chest. This whiskey gift basket comes complete with another aged favorite – coffee. Whiskey and coffee has been a drinker’s pair for generations. Although there is no written proof of who the first person was to add whiskey to their coffee (or coffee to their whiskey!) we do know it’s a slam dunk. We wanted to accent this combo by adding rich chocolates, silky truffles, and crunchy popcorn. You are sure to enjoy.

    Such a Gentleman Whiskey Gift Basket

    Introduced to the American market in 1988, Gentleman Jack has been a hit since it hit the shelves. The upscale whiskey, compared to its brother Jack Daniel’s Original Whiskey, is filtered two times through charcoal. The normal Jack Daniel’s is filtered once. Because of the double filtration, Gentleman Jack is to be enjoyed neat (no ice, no chaser, straight spirits!) Whiskey Fun Fact: On September 30th, when the whiskey’s unveiling took place, the 1,000 invited guests could not actually taste or drink the new product! Lynchburg, Tennessee is a dry county – which means no alcohol can be served there. Interesting isn’t it?