If the White Knight is talking backwards, you’re probably drinking White Rabbit. A new Jack Daniel’s design pays homage to Mr Daniel’s history. Named after the Lynchburg saloon owned by Jack Daniel, the White Rabbit was naturally one of the first places to ever sell Jack Daniel’s whiskey before Prohibition forced it to close. This […]
Whiskey Stones Chill Without Diluting Our Whiskey Disks™ have an exclusive cylindrical shape that sets them apart from common whisky stones. This unique shape lends itself perfectly to swirling and nosing. No clinking, no tumbling, just smooth circular motion that releases all the intricate aromas you’ve come to expect with your favorite tipple. With their […]
There’s a lot of wordage used in classifying the types of American whiskeys known as Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey. The following list helps to make sense of the often-perplexing terminology: Sour mash whiskey: Bourbon and Tennessee whiskey aren’t blended; they’re classified as “straight whiskey.” That makes maintaining a consistency of flavor difficult from one distillation […]
We’re not a religious authority, but this is how we see it happening.
Some kick the bucket, others kick the safe. Jasper Newton “Jack” Daniel (1846 – 1911) Mr. Daniel arrived early for work one day and attempted to access the company safe. That morning he had difficulty remembering the combination. After several attempts, he got angry and kicked the safe in frustration. The kick caused him to badly […]