Posts tagged ‘Jack Daniel’s’

August 3, 2011

Would You Drink Alcohol Packaged Like This?

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Created by the artist Jorn from Düsseldorf, these bottle have a new spin to them. At first I was skeptical then realized I could drop one of these and it wouldn’t shatter. But they do seem a bit cumbersome, outside of that they’re actually pretty dope.

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Via: Fubiz

March 19, 2011

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey

It’s Jack Daniel’s No. 7 mixed with a honey liqueur. Are you enticed yet? I’m not. Supposedly, the mix creates a sweeter and smoother flavor. Am I getting warmer? You know you what to buy it now. The drink still maintains to be 70-proof. So, yes, it’ll get you intoxicated. With all that said, you might as well go ahead and buy it. Tell me how it tastes since I won’t be going near that stuff. Jameson all day.

Priced at $22 for a 750 ml bottle.

Seen: Luxist

February 23, 2011

Jack Daniel’s ‘Ready to Drink’


I still think Jack Daniel’s is gross even with a ‘Ready To Drink’ status. If someone tries this please let me know, so I can still dislike it.

Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey announces the release of its new Tennessee Whiskey-based ready-to-drink beverages in the United States. Scheduled to hit shelves in March in most U.S. markets, the perfectly mixed beverages offer consumers a convenient way to enjoy the legendary Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 with some of America’s favorite mixers.”

“The Tennessee Whiskey-based beverages will contain 5% abv and be available in both Jack & Cola and Jack & Ginger flavors in early March, with Jack & Diet Cola arriving in late March. All varieties are available in four-packs of 12-ounce recyclable aluminum bottles with four-packs of 12-ounce recyclable cans available in select states. The suggested retail price for the four-pack is $9.99.

The Jack Daniel’s offerings will be the first ready-to-drink beverages in an aluminum bottle. The single-serving packaging features the iconic Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey label at the center of a sleek, black aluminum bottle, perfect for keeping the smooth whiskey pairings chilled.

“With the launch of Tennessee Whiskey-based ready-to-drink beverages in the United States, we look forward to providing our customers with a refreshing, convenient way to enjoy their favorite Jack Daniel’s mixed drinks on more occasions,” said Joseph Carvajal, U.S. Marketing Manager for Jack Daniel’s Family of Brands.

The distinct, flavorful taste of Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is crafted using a unique charcoal mellowing process during which whiskey slowly passes, drop by drop, through hard maple charcoal and matured in new handcrafted, white oak barrels. The whiskey is then added to popular mixers for a convenient way to enjoy some of America’s favorite Jack Daniel’s drinks.

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