Jack Daniels - Inaugural Decanter Re-Release 1984

1.75 litre / 45%
Product Details
Region / Type
Distillery
Jack Daniels
Series / Description
Inaugural Decanter Re-Release 1984
Year Bottled
1984
Alcohol ABV
45%
Cask Wood Type
American Oak
Packaging
Original Box
Bottler
Distillery
Country of Origin
America
Stopper
Cork
Bottle Type
Decanter
Bottle Size
1.75 litre
Neck Level
Full Level
HTFW Cat. No.
LP6070

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Product Description

Inaugural Decanter Released 1984 

Similar to the Maxwell House Bottle, the idea for the Inaugural Bottle came about in 1907.

It was in this year that President Theodore Roosevelt visited Nashville, Tennessee, and gave a speech at the Ryman Auditorium where Jack Daniel sat in the audience. In his speech, President Roosevelt spoke of current events and of his commitment to protect the hard-working American, while prosecuting the dishonest and manipulative. Through honesty and hard work Jack had grown his company by leaps and bounds over the years. Although he was not much for politics, his admiration and respect for President Roosevelt grew that day. After returning to Lynchburg, Jack told Lem Motlow that when the President ran for re-election in 1908 the Distillery would send a special bottle to Washington for his Inauguration.