1914 Gold Medal Series
PROHIBITION DOESN’T PREVENT ANOTHER GOLD MEDAL
Even as Prohibition was sweeping the United States, Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey was still winning awards. In 1914, Lem Motlow, Jack Daniel’s nephew, took Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey to London, England. Even though the Jack Daniel Distillery was no longer producing whiskey, Lem was quick to ship across the sea a batch he had on hand, and the whiskey from Tennessee again took top honors in the Anglo-American Exposition. This 750ml bottle, released in 2001, is the fourth of the Gold Medal series.