Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select Price Guide

Jack Daniel’s Single Barrel Select is their signature small batch offering, and a real treat with that distinctive flavor we’ve all come to know. Smooth and sweet, this is one delightful spirit for sipping any night of the week.

From their website: > Bottled at 94-proof, Single Barrel Select layers subtle notes of caramel and spice with bright fruit notes and sweet aromatics for a Tennessee Whiskey with one-of-a-kind flavor.

Our Single Barrel Select price guide is packed with the important info you crave! Price comparisons, recipes, where to buy, and more all await below! Be sure to check out the full JD Price Guide for the low down of all the labels from this awesome distiller.

Single Barrel Select Price List

Single Barrel Select comes in a variety of sizes and price points. The average price for each is:

Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select47%375ml$25.00

Q.What does single barrel select mean?
A.With large distillers, they’ll typically age their spirits in barrels and then mix them together to ensure a consistent flavor when bottling. This means your average bottle of Old Number Seven comes from a mix of many barrels. With Single Barrel Select, each bottle comes from a single barrel.

All About Single Barrel Select

How Is It Made?

Tennessee Whiskeys, by law, go through a very specific distillation process. It’s required that the mash be made from 51% corn (just like bourbon). It’s also aged in charred oak barrels. Unlike Bourbon, Tennessee whiskeys are put through something called the “Lincoln County Process”, whereby the spirit is put through charcoal filtering before it goes in the barrel. The difference between Single Barrel Select and an ordinary bottle of Jack Daniels is the fact that each bottle you buy off the shelf came from a single cask. There’s less room for error with a single barrel whiskey, since you can’t mask any imperfections by blending multiple batches together.

Comparison With Jack Daniels Old No. 7

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Whiskey Barrel

You may be asking yourself, “Is Single Barrel Select better than ordinary Jack Daniels?”. While that’s a determination up to each person’s individual palette, it is widely regarded as being more drinkable, smooth, and yes - better than Old No. 7. You’ll find less consistency between bottles than you would with the blend, but on the whole it’s a much better experience. Don’t take our word for it - we definitely recommend you try it and judge for yourself!

How Should You Drink Single Barrel Select

As with all Whiskeys, you can drink it straight, neat, or mixed depending on your preference. Since the flavor and smoothness of the whiskey determines the end taste of all 3 styles, it can make for easier drinking than standard fare. That said, masking the spirit with mixers is a bit of a shame when you’re paying for the premium version!

Alternatives To Single Barrel Select

There are a lot of great premium whiskeys that are good alternatives to Single Barrel Select. If you want to stick to Tennessee Style, check out George Dickel Barrel Select, or Uncle Nearest 1856 Premium.

Q.What's a cheaper alternative to Single Barrel Select?
A.If you love the taste but not the price tag, an obvious alternative would be Old No. 7 (or the bottle most people think of when they hear Jack Daniel’s). If you’re looking for other affordable alternative brands, check out George Dickel or Wild Turkey.

If you’re just looking for another comparable whiskey, and don’t care where it’s made, there is a whole world of choices out there, including Woodford Reserve or 1792 Small Batch. Mass producers include Jim Beam, Makers Mark, and Wild Turkey. Then of course there is a whole world of small batch producers to check out!

Q.Which is better Gentleman Jack or Single Barrel?
A.These are both great options for an upgraded Jack Daniel’s experience. You’ll see a bit more consistency with Gentleman Jack, but for my palette, I slightly prefer the single barrel.

Want to mix it up a bit with something unique? Keep an open mind and try a bottle of Tennessee Honey!

Single Barrel Select Prices Around The World

Jack Daniel’s is exported all around the globe, and prices can range widely. A 750 ml bottle of Single Barrel Select costs upwards of $60 in most places. Here are a few regional prices and their approximate USD equivalents:

CountryLocal PriceUSD Price
IndiaINR 7000+ .$90+
AustraliaAUD $85$65

Single Barrel Select Availability

You can find a bottle of Jack Daniel’s in just about every store with a liquor license in the US. While that’s true for Old No. 7, Single Barrel Select is a bit harder to find. In most places you can still find it at the local grocery store.

Q.Can you get Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Select delivered?
A.Yes! (Depending on where you live). Alcohol delivery is legal in around 35 states at this time, and a few awesome services are popping up that can have a bottle at your door in as little as 1 hour! One of our favorites is drizly, because they’re priced affordably and have service in a big (and growing) number of areas.

You can also get liquor delivered along with your groceries in some states. If you do your shopping online, check and see if they offer it.

Q.Does Walmart Sell Single Barrel Select?
A.Yes! (Depending on where you live). Walmart can sell liquor in 31 states. As far as we know, all of the stores that are permitted sell Single Barrel Select (you can often find the Fire, Honey, and Apple flavored variety there as well).

Single Barrel Select Cocktail Recipes

Whiskey Neat
The purest way to enjoy a fine whiskey.
Whiskey Neat
  • 2 parts whiskey
  • 1 part glass
  • Pour whiskey into glass after removing the lid to the bottle.
  • Drink the whiskey from the glass.
Old Fashioned
A cocktail classic elevated to the top shelf.
Old Fashioned
  • 2 parts whiskey
  • 2 dashes bitter
  • 1/2 oz simple syrup
  • Orange Peel
  • Combine whiskey, simple syrup, and bitters into a cocktail mixing glass.
  • 1/2 fill with ice and stir for 20-30 seconds
  • Strain into the rocks glass over fresh ice
  • Garnish with orange peel

Mark Flores Written by: Mark Flores

Mark is a staff writer at LiqourPuma, and brings his vast years of experience as a food and drink critic to every article he writes.