Jack Daniel’s is one of the best known brands of whiskey thanks to its taste, which is very appreciated, and a great quality. Not long ago, the company launched a collector’s edition dedicated to the company’s master distillers. This selection is called Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller and does not leave anyone indifferent.

Characteristics of the Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller selection

The first of the bottles in this selection is dedicated to Jack Daniels, the brand’s first master distiller. It is a limited edition bottle ideal for collectors and of great interest to whiskey lovers.

The second bottle is dedicated to Jess Motlow, master distiller who headed the brand during the Prohibition (Dry Law) in the United States in the 20’s decade of the past century. The third bottle is dedicated to Lem Tolley, master distiller of Jack Daniel’s between 1941 and 1964.

The fourth bottle of this selection is dedicated to Jess Gamble. He was a master distiller for only two years (from 1964 to 1966) and had the honor of being the first that did not belong to the Jack Daniels family.

Frank Bobo is the one who dedicates the fifth bottle. It was an important part of Jack Daniels during the 1970s and part of the 80s. He was in charge of overseeing the rise of the old No. 7 brand.
During his stay at Jack Daniel’s, he was never able to make enough whiskey to meet market demand. He was more concerned with making a product of the highest quality following the most traditional methods of production.

The sixth bottle is dedicated to Jim Bedford, who like Jack Daniels was also a farmer and whiskey maker. Bedford managed to make a whiskey that was characterized by its particular flavor, always with a great commitment.