Where do the Jack Daniel's® white oak barrels go after they age Jack Daniel's whiskey? If you're lucky, they'll go inside your grill. The secret ingredient will add a succulent whiskey taste to your barbecue. Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey® is aged in charred white oak barrels. During the aging process, the whiskey is drawn in and out of the wood, giving it its distinctive color and flavor. A portion of whiskey remains in the wood after the barrels are emptied. Some of these barrels are made into Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Barrel Smoking Chips. These wood chips will add the distinct flavor of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey to all the foods cooked on your grill or electric smoker.
Jack Daniel's chips are made from Jack Daniel's Tennessee whiskey white oak aging barrels
Strong, sweet, distinctive flavor
Great for full-bodied meats
Coin-sized chips are consistent in size
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