Jack Daniel's

1905 Liege, Belgium Gold Medal

Image of 1905 Gold Medal

The flag of Belgium

1905 Gold Medal
Reason for decanter:
This is the second in a planned series of decanters paying tribute to the gold medals that Mr. Daniel has won with his fine Tennessee Sippin' Whiskey.

In 1904, Mr. Jack met a Mr. M. Hoctor of Great Britain at the St. Louis World's Fair. Mr. Hoctor convinced Mr. Daniel to send our favorite whiskey to Europe where, once again, he took the gold medal. This time it was in Liege, Belgium, in 1905.

This bottle honors Mr. Jack's second of his many gold medals.
Decanter description:
The bottle is basically square with rounded edges. An image of the gold medal that was won is molded as part of the bottle and appears in gold on the front. The following also appears on the front of the bottle:
Tennessee Whiskey
Gold Medal

This fine decanter is topped with a cork enclosure.

1905 Gold Medal Decanter Booklet Cover

Image of 1905 Gold Medal decanter booklet front cover.

Decanter Statistics:
Year released: 1997
Capacity: 750 ml (25.37 fl oz.)
Height: 29.21 cm (11 1/2")
Width: 7.62 cm (3") at the base
Depth: 7.62 cm (3") at the base
Whiskey proof: 90

Items issued, by Jack Daniel's Distillery, upon registration:

1905 Gold Medal Certificate

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