Jack Daniel’s Releases New Batches Of Its Vaunted 10- and 12-Year-Old Tennessee Whiskeys

The whiskey giant’s latest bottles follow up sought-after aged releases that first launched in 2021.

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Jack Daniel’s has launched new batches of its 12-Year-Old and 10-Year-Old whiskey—the latest releases in the venerable Tennessee brand’s Aged Series, an annual drop of age-stated expressions that debuted in 2021.

The Lynchburg-based spirits giant assures fans that “predominant notes of oak, butterscotch and tobacco” distinguish each aged whiskey, further edifying Jack Daniel’s collectors that the 12-Year-Old “has predominant notes of pipe tobacco, oak, and butterscotch,” while the 10-Year-Old is “oak-forward with layers of fruit and cocoa.”

Both whiskeys were charcoal mellowed and aged in new, toasted, and charred American white oak barrels. They also share the same grain bill as a classic Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey: 80% corn, 12% malted barley and 8% rye. 

Jack Daniel’s 12-Year-Old Tennessee Whiskey Batch 2 clocks in at 107 proof (53.5% abv) and Jack Daniel’s 10-Year-Old Tennessee Whiskey Batch 3 is 97 proof (48.5% abv).

They’re available in limited quantities across the U.S. for suggested retail prices of $94.99 and $84.99 per bottle, respectively, as well as online outlets like ReserveBar if you can’t find these collector-quality whiskeys on your local liquor store shelf.

“Our Jack Daniel’s Aged Series has given us the opportunity to produce modern whiskeys that simultaneously capture the essence of the liquid Mr. Jack created over 150 years ago,” said Chris Fletcher, Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller, of the company’s latest aged bottles. “These releases embody the artistry, passion and craftsmanship that define Jack Daniel’s legacy, and I’m excited for our friends to enjoy this year’s batches of special whiskeys.”