A special edition whiskey available for a limited time, Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select has been created to honor Frank Sinatra’s fifty-year friendship with Jack Daniel’s. It turns out Sinatra was a big fan of the Jack Daniel’s brand and this latest whiskey offering is an homage to the two American icons. It’s been “matured in proprietary oak barrels for a bold flavor, timeless character and exceptional smoothness” and the vessel in which it comes in itself is unique: taller and sleeker than a traditional JD whiskey bottle with a weighted base, an embossed metal shoulder label, and a Jack Daniel’s Country Club logo that was created by Frank himself. The bottle and the liquor both seek to reflect Sinatra’s sleek and stylish look and his timeless good taste, and it appears they have succeeded. You’ll be able to get your hands on your very own bottle of Sinatra Select in the coming months from high-end retail stores and major airports worldwide, so be on the lookout.
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