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Jack Daniel’s has been the best selling American whiskey forever, with over 12.5 million cases sold annually worldwide. It is also the most collectable American whiskey with thousands (if not millions) of collectors following closely each limited release.
Beginning in 1996 and continuing for the next ten years, the Jack Daniel’s Distillery released its Gold Medal series of commemorative bottles. Comprised of seven unique designs, each bottle in the series celebrates a different gold medal won by the distillery.
In 1914 Jack Daniel’s whiskey scored its first gold medal in London and fourth overall. Shortly after, in 1915, the whiskey entered another competition in London and was awarded Gold by London Institute of Hygiene. It is worth to mention that since 1910 the State of Tennessee was dry and the production was moved first to Missouri, then to Alabama. Paradoxically while being banned in its home state Jack Daniel’s whiskey scored three gold medals at international competitions. To memorialize the 1915 award the distillery released a commemorative bottle in 2002, the fifth in Gold Medal series.