Jack Daniel's


150th Anniversary Bottle


On September 5, 1850, Jasper Newton Daniel was born to the proud parents of Calaway and Lucinda Daniel. Jasper was the 10th of 10 children.

At the age of 6, young Jasper ran away from home to live with his uncle. Soon after Jack would go to work for Mr. Dan Call making whiskey.

Later, Mr. Call sold the distillery to Mr. Daniel.

As Mr. Daniel grew up through his teens, twenties, and beyond he perfected the art of whiskey making.

Mr. Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey is made the same way as it was back in 1866 when he registered his distillery.

This bottle pays tribute to the 150th anniversary of the birth as well as the life of Mr. Jasper Newton Daniel, the founder of the oldest registered distillery in the U.S.

While this bottle is not part of the commemorative series, I felt that fellow collectors would need to know about it.

This bottle does not come in a box nor are you able to register it.

The bottle is a standard sized 750 ml bottle.

The bottle is topped with a standard screw closure

This bottle will be available until September, 2000.


Image of front of 150th Anniversary Bottle

Image of back of 150th Anniversary Bottle

Year released:  September, 1999 to September, 2000
Capacity:  750 ml (25.37 fl oz.)
Height:  25.4 cm (10")
Bottle is approximately 7.62 cm (3 ") square at the base.
Whiskey proof:  90

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