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Warm Up With Winter Sangria

5 monthes ago   |   By Drink Me

Jack Daniel 's is an American Tennessee whiskey that was founded in 1866. Contrary to popular belief, Jack Daniel's isn't bourbon because the spirit goes through a charcoal mellowing process before maturation, which is forbidden by the rules of making bourbon. The whiskey drips through ten feet of tightly packed vats of homemade sugar maple charcoal, giving it a smooth, refined flavor. The recipe has remained unchanged since 1866.
Fall can be such a busy time of year, but you can still entertain by making a big batch of drinks and some easy appetizers to share with friends and family. Jack...
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Fire Pit Festivities & Homemade Whiskey Hot Chocolate

5 monthes ago   |   By Drink Me

Jack Daniel 's is a brand of Tennessee whiskey made in Lynchburg Tennessee. Founded in 1866 by Jack Daniel himself, this quality brand of whiskey is one of the most cherished whiskeys in the world. The not-so-secret ingredient of Jack Daniel's is Lynchburg's natural resource-limestone spring water, which lives within the depths of a two-mile deep cave. Without Jack Daniel's mash recipe, a mix of corn, rye, and barley, the whiskey wouldn't be what it is today.
Jack Daniel's first-cask strength whiskey, Jack Daniel's Single Barrel Barrel Proof is bottled straight from the barrel from 125 to...
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