Jack Daniel’s Legacy Edition: Special release with a green label

A limited release in historical design

Jack Daniel’s Old No.7 is the classic standard of the famous Tennessee whiskey brand of Brown-Forman and the label shows up in a familiar black and white on the bottles. But this hasn’t been this way all the time. Like other whisk(e)y brands Jack Daniel’s has varied the design throughout its more than 150 years of history. With the new series Legacy Edition Brown-Forman wants to present different labels that Jack Daniel’s has seen during the years. The first edition of the series shows a green label and an identically colored packaging: Jack Daniel’s Legacy Edition No.7 First Edition.

Brown-Forman doesn’t give any information about the exact point of time when this green Jack Daniel’s label was in use, but we learn that the golden medal that had been awarded to the product at the 1904 Saint Louis World’s Fair. So, the green label with its red and golden elements must have been created years before. Further on detailed information as for example how many of those limited releases have been bottled and how many of them are available.

The outer appearance differs, the whiskey is the same like in the classic Old No. 7., it was bottled with 43% ABV. The Jack Daniel’s Legacy Edition is probably directed by fans among the renewed by collectors and Tennessee whiskey fans. Those who belong to this group will therefore be exited to get their hands on one of these bottles.