Wanted to close this up by just stating, since Saturday, I gave each another try. I may have been slightly under the weather on Saturday. The last few days, later into the evening, I've been sipping. The Jim is half empty. Johnnie red is ok. The Jack is far fuller than the others.
In the following weeks, I need to try George Dickel and maybe something like Gentleman Jack. This would take TN whiskeys off the list. St. Patrick's Day is soon to arrive, so Bushmills vs Jameson is more likely.
After that, I think my top three are Wild Turkey, Evan Williams, and then George Dickel.
What I learned.
I just can't spell Johnnie correctly in a consistent manner.
This has been the first time I've ever purchased red, and overall, it is not that bad. I'm a regular with Johnnie black. Love the black. It has been around two years since I've had Dewar's White. I think I prefer Dewar's white more than Johnnie red. I may never buy a bottle or red again, however, I think red has one redeeming quality, it has a way of perfectly preparing my palate for bourbon.
So I'm marking Johnnie red off list for now (I may return to it when I go to compare other scotches). Don't get me wrong about Johnnie, the black version will most likely always have a place in my inventory. The other item off the list is Jack #7, however I can't say it will be the last purchase of Jack I will make. Other people like it, making it an almost must have at any party, and I find it makes a great sour.
Jim was the clear winner.