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Them boys from Lynchburg, Tennessee, have been hard at work…
Today, Jack Daniel’s has officially announced their 2021 Single Barrel Special Release, Coy Hill High Proof.
Why it’s named Coy Hill, you ask?
Because the whiskey was housed in the oldest barrels on Coy Hill, the highest point on the Jack Daniel Distillery in Lynchburg.
Coy Hill High Proof is made up of 80% corn, 12% malted barley, and 8% rye grain bill, with proof points ranging from 137.4 to 148.3, marking the highest proofs in Jack Daniel’s history.
Needless to say, Jack Daniel’s Master Distiller Chris Fletcher is stoked about the release:
“The Coy Hill High Proof is all about pushing the limit for single barrel maturation to create one of our boldest, most innovative whiskeys we have ever released.”
“It highlights one of the unique attributes of the Jack Daniel Distillery – the dry air of the highest floors of the barrel houses – and the amazing impact it has on whiskey making.”
Officially hitting shelves today, the limited edition Coy Hill Proof is served in 750 mL with a suggested price of $70.
If you’re trying to get higher than the Smoky Mountains in Tennessee, you ain’t gonna want to miss out on this one.
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