Jack Daniel’s has released a limited Eric Church bottle and fans want to know where they can buy the special whiskey edition. So, here’s how to find it!
Since the announcement of the Eric Church special edition with Jack Daniel’s, people have been obsessed with the idea to get their hands on the coveted bottle.
Jack Daniel’s has released the special edition to celebrate their long-time friendship with the country music star.
So, without further ado, let’s find out where you can buy the limited Eric Church bottle!
Jack Daniel’s: Where to buy the edition from Eric Church
The Eric Church bottle is available in selected stores across the US.
We found that you can purchase the bottle online from Total Wine for the price of $50.99 for a single bottle. Customers have the option to pick the bottle in store and have to double-check whether they are eligible for online delivery, the site states.
According to Jack Daniel’s, the limited edition will be available on shelves of US liquor shops from August 1st.
“This Single Barrel offering was personally selected by Eric Church with assistance from Master Distiller Jeff Arnett and bottled at 94 proof. This special edition is sure to be a crowd pleaser,” Jack Daniel’s Instagram post reads.
This is a limited edition and the bottle will be available until supplies last.
More about the Eric Church bottle
This limited edition is selected by Master Distiller Jeff Arnett based on Eric’s personal taste.
The beverage includes a mix of sweet vanilla, caramel and toasted oak. Plus, the particular notes of Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel create one of a kind flavour.
There’s also a whole video of how the whole idea came together with special footage of Eric visiting selected barrels.
Eric Church talks limited edition
Eric took to Instagram to reveal the exciting collaboration with the whiskey brand, saying that he’s “honoured” to have his very own edition.
In a Twitter post, the country music star wrote:
“I’m honored to have my own special release of @JackDaniels_US Single Barrel. Whether we raise a glass at a table with a handful of our friends or from a stage with thousands, let’s raise our glass high. Cause that’s where it belongs.”