Jack Daniel's 1904 Gold Medal Replica Bottle - 100th anniversary 150 cl
Jack Daniel's Gold Medal Bottle: A Tribute to Excellence
Step back in time to 1904 when Mr. Jack Daniel embarked on a journey to the world's fair in St. Louis, armed with his finest whiskey. Among the world's most renowned distillers, he competed and emerged victorious. An English Judge named Henry Hoctor proclaimed Jack Daniel Distillery, Lynchburg, Tennessee, as the purveyor of the world's finest whiskey.
To commemorate this triumph, Mr. Jack Daniel crafted a distinctive bottle and filled it with his award-winning whiskey, gifting it to those who contributed to his success. This became known as the Gold Medal Bottle.
In the early 1970s, a replica of this iconic Gold Medal Bottle was introduced in its original half-gallon size, becoming a prized collector's item. Marking Jack Daniel's 100th anniversary of this prestigious win, the special bottle was re-released, honoring a significant moment in history.
Many of our old and rare bottles are older and have come from private individuals. Therefore the closure may have deteriorated and care should be taken when it is being opened. We do not accept liability for the state of the closure. Box slightly damaged.