Jack Daniel’s Coffee

Jan 13, 2017

Category: Vices

We’ve all been there. Late night, early morning, killer hangover, running late for whatever it is we somehow lacked the foresight to schedule for later in the day. The cure? Slip a little whiskey into our morning coffee. And while we can’t condone this as regular behavior, its sure beats the hell out of the nausea and pounding headache that ensue.

Now, thanks to Jack Daniel’s, you can enjoy all the tasteful flavorings that come with a whiskey and coffee without the alcohol. It’s their Tennessee Whiskey Coffee, made with full-strength Jack Daniel’s whiskey. Each blend of coffee is also 100 percent Arabica and medium roasted to provide drinkers with the full-bodied flavor they’ve come to enjoy over the years. With each sip, notes of vanilla and caramel impart their desirable flavors on the coffee lover’s palate, alluding to that barrel-aged spirit we all know and love. It’s available in either regular or decaf and packaged in 8.8 oz collectible tins. Available for $22. [Purchase]

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