In 1907, Jack Daniel traveled to Nashville to hear President Theodore Roosevelt speak. Mr. Jack was so taken with Roosevelt’s speech that when he returned to Lynchburg, he drew up plans to make a special bottle to send to Roosevelt’s next inauguration. Unfortunately for Mr. Jack, Roosevelt chose not to run again in 1908, and plans for the bottle were scrapped. That is, until 1984, the 80th anniversary of Roosevelt’s first formal inauguration, when this 1.75L decanter was released. A 1.5L version was also produced for international markets.