Jack Daniel's is one of the world's most well-known brands of whisky. The distillery is located in a hollow known as Stillhouse Hollow, where a natural spring filters through a limestone cliff, removing the iron and making it perfect for distilling. The result is a smooth, rich-tasting whisky that has been enjoyed by millions of people around the world for over 140 years.
Jack Daniel's whisky is made using a special process known as the Lincoln County Process, which involves filtering the whiskey through charcoal made from sugar maple trees. This process removes impurities and gives the whisky its distinctive flavour.