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Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Liqueur

Drew Levinson of Wirtz Beverage Nevada introduces the Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Liqueur, and offers six inventive ways you can use it! Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey & Gingerale 1.5 oz. Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Fill with Gingerale (or ginger beer) In an old fashioned glass, pour ingredients over ice and stir. The Bee’s Tea 1.5 oz. Jack Daniels Tennessee Honey Fill with Sweet tea (Sweeten with Sugar, honey or agave nectar) Shake ingredients and strain into an ice filled collins glass. Garnish with a Lemon Wheel Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey Smash 1.5 oz Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey .75 Whole lemon, cut into eighths 1 oz Honey 8 Fresh mint leaves Muddle lemon, honey and mint. Add Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey and shake over ice. Dump into a Julep glass. The Tennessee Bee 1.5 oz Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey .5 oz Chambord 1 oz Lime Juice 1 oz Maple Syrup 5 Blackberries Muddle blackberries with lime and maple syrup. Add Tennessee Honey and Chambord. Shake with ice and strain into an ice filled snifter. Garnish with Blackberries Money Honey 1.5 oz Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey .75 oz Solerno blood orange liqueur .5 oz Blood Orange juice .5 oz Lemon juice 1 oz Simple syrup Shake ingredients with ice. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass. Garnish with an Orange Wheel Honey Nut Cheerios 1.5 oz Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey .5 Tuaca 1 oz Orgeat Syrup 1 oz Heavy Cream 1 oz Peanut butter Shake ingredients with ice. Strain into a chilled cocktail glass rimmed with peanut
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NEW – jack-lives-here Jack Daniels Commercial

NEW - jack-lives-here Jack Daniels Commercial

NEW english commercial. 4.30 minutes only sound and great pictures – ENJOY!!

whisky review 159 – Jack Daniels Old No: 7 & Gentleman Jack

whisky review 159 - Jack Daniels Old No: 7 & Gentleman Jack

Old No: 7 is very young stuff suitable for ice and/or mixing with soda or coke ! For sipping, Gentleman Jack is a far better option expressing the JD style better and with more complexity.
Video Rating: 4 / 5

Ways To Enter the Jack Daniels BBQ Contest

Article by Larsen Markston

So you consider you’ve got what it takes? You’ve got your particular sauce and your cooker ready to go? All set to enter the Jack Daniels BBQ Contest? Well, possibly not. At least unless you happen to be a considerable competition BBQ team. The Jack Daniels BBQ Contest is invitation only, therefore you should have some past BBQ competition below your charcoal first. You also should be ready to compete with many of the very best BBQ teams in the world.

The “Jack”, as the competition is nicknamed, is thought to be the Super Bowl of BBQ. Every single October It hosts a lot of the most prestigious BBQ teams from across the globe. It is an invitation only contest to guarantee the highest qualifying clubs. To get eligible for entry clubs must have won a state championship competing with at the least 25 teams, a competition of 5 teams or be a winner of one of the well known tBBQ competitions such as the American Royal Open in Kansas City or Memphis in May. Grand Champions of these kinds of competitions qualify automatically for the “Jack”. So, you’ll be able to see it’s the cook off of the premier chefs in the BBQ world.

The competition will host 80 teams from around the earth plus the 25,000 or so fans who arrive to sample the top BBQ in the land. Chefs will contend in eight categories: Pork Ribs,Äö Pork Shoulder/Butts,Äö Beef Brisket,Äö Chicken,Äö Dessert,Äö Cook,Äôs Choice and Jack Daniel,Äôs Sauce. These are rather frequent classes for BBQ competitions with the exception of the Jack Daniel’s Sauce. Most competitions have a “house specialty” category that can make them exclusive. From time to time it can be a neighborhood specialty or style, from time to time a product or service of the sponsor.

Not quite prepared to contend with the very best BBQ chefs in the world in the Jack Daniel’s BBQ Contest? How about beginning off with getting the top around the block? Do you have a very exceptional way of cooking ribs on the grill or brisket on the smoker that your household and close friends brag about? Is finding out many of the very best competition BBQ tricks something you have often wanted to try? They are tricks, expertise that take trial and error and time to produce. Finding out to cook ribs that fall away from the bone, tenderness and smoky flavor is just not anything you’ll be able to find out overnight not having a great deal of trial and error to get it just right.

Jack Daniel

Article by mario oreilly

Jack Daniels The Jack Daniel’s legend starts with the eponymous founder of the distillery, who allegedly owned his first distillery at the tender age of 13, having learned his skill at the knee of Dan Call – one of those moonshining preachers who pepper the history of American whiskey. Jack was a clever operator, but it’s hard to imagine that he envisaged his brand would one day become the most famous American whiskey of all.

These days it’s Jimmy Bradford who wearing Jack’s shoes. The epitome of a Southern gentleman (unlike the short-tempered Jack, who died after kicking a safe in his office), he’s been looking after the whiskey for 32 years, which, he drawls laconically: ‘probably gives me some credibility to talk about distilling’.

They make whiskey slightly differently in Tennessee, though it’s not – as many people think – sour-mashing that sets it apart. All Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey is made by the sour mash technique: the real difference lies in the Lincoln County Process, or charcoal mellowing, which all Tennessee whiskey must undergo.

For Jimmy, it’s the combination of the limestone water drawn from Cave Spring and the mellowing that helps to give Jack Daniel’s its personality. The mellowing involves dripping the new spirit though a 10-foot vat of maple charcoal, which leaches some fusel oils and esters from the spirit, while giving it a distinct softness.

There’s only one mashbill – 80 per cent corn, 12 per cent rye and 8 per cent barley malt – for all the Jack Daniel’s brands; meaning that the sole difference between such diverse products as Green Label, Black Label and Gentleman Jack lies in the length of time they have been aged and where they have been warehoused. With a spread of traditional warehouses, the blenders can mingle whiskeys from different sites and floors to make up the desired product, and with 7,500 barrels a week being put into the warehouses, they have plenty of choice.

That figure gives an idea of the sheer scale of the operation. Owner Brown-Forman may, rightly, play up the Sleepy Hollow-type imagery surrounding the small town of Lynchburg, but don’t be fooled: this is a bang-up-to-date distillery applying old techniques in a highly efficient and modern manner. Jack may recognize the site, but he’d be astounded by the three huge beer stills and intrigued by the way in which the vapour is fed directly into the doubler, making it a refined type of single distillation.

But you don’t think of Jack Daniel’s in production terms. The visitors who pour into the distillery aren’t that interested in mellowing, distillation techniques or the pros and cons of mechanization. They come because they feel part of a family. When an Australian winemaker I know went to America for the first time, the two places at the top of her ‘must-see’ list were Graceland and the Jack Daniel’s distillery. It’s that kind of loyalty that makes Jack an American icon.

These days, Jack Daniel’s is as recognizable a symbol of American rock ‘n’ roll rebelliousness as Harley Davidson. It hasn’t gone out and developed a bad-boy image, but clutching one of those square bottles with the black label brings out the rebel in even the most mild-mannered accountant, and makes him feel, if only for one drink, the equal of Keith Richards or Dennis Hopper.

You would think that being in charge of such an iconic product would prey on Jimmy’s mind, but there’s no chance of that. He approaches this onerous responsibility with the same pleasant, measured good humour as he does the rest of life. ‘It’s a pleasure to assist in making this product. Just to drive in every day and see Jack standing there down the holler gives me a sense of pride’.

TASTING NOTES

Jack Daniel’s Black Label 80°proof Very sweet and clean, with a touch of licorice, smoke and caramel. A good mouthful with a great, sweet finish. * * *

Gentleman Jack 80°proof

Even sweeter, with black fruit and a sooty, rich finish.

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