named No. 7 by "Mr Jack" himself in 1887 – no one knows why. Some say Jack was honouring his seven girlfriends, others that it was the 7th recipe but one of the most plausible explanations to the Old No. 7 brand is the story of the missing seven barrels.
Complex aromas and flavours of, toasty oak, Buttery char-grilled corn on the cob, burnt popcorn, vanilla, salt, and caffee latte with ripe banana notes and hints of gingerbread, cracked pepper spice.