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The Scenes from Lynchburg is the range of Jack Daniel’s whiskey, one of the most popular among collectors. It was introduced in 1998 and presented in 1-liter bottles with the initial offering available exclusively in Europe. Almost every year new bottling featuring an additional ‘scene from Lynchburg’ was released and offered for sale at European airports. Around 2001 the distillery started selling 750ml bottles of the same design in Canada (at 40% abv) and finally two years later the first US release was available in Lynchburg (at 43% abv).
The whole range consists now of 12 of 1-litre bottles/scenes, 8 of 750ml bottles (at 43% abv) and 3 of 750ml bottles (at 40% abv).
The Scene from Lynchburg No. 10 bottle is featuring an image of one of Jack Daniel’s over 80 warehouses where the whiskey is stored for maturation. The barrels are made of white American oak and have capacity of 53 US gallons (200 liters). Jack Daniel’s spirit is barreled upon completion of charcoal mellowing process. The company inventory consists of around two million barrels of whisky in various stages of maturation, what translates to roughly a billion gallons. Jack Daniel’s whiskey is bottled after four to six years of aging.