Jack Daniels Black 1L
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One of the most famous whiskey brands worldwide. Jack Daniel's is a light and sweet Tennessee whiskey, produced in the traditional method of Jack Daniel's distillery. The beverage undergoes the unique process of charcoal filtration, and is aged in single oak barrels. In 2006 Jack Daniel's Black Label took the first place from Johnnie Walker Red Label, and won the title "best-selling whiskey in the world".
Jasper (Jack) Newton Daniel, the founder of the whiskey distillery in Tennessee and the inventor of the double charcoal filtration ("Lincoln County Process"), died in 1911 as a result of blood poisoning. The legend tells that the origin of the poisoning was an infection in his leg, following an injury he sustained when he kicked the office safe, after he forgot the code once again, and had a paranoia attack, in fear that his nephew sold the secret recipes to the competitors. The incident inspired the slogan that was published later: "never go to work early".