Jack Daniel’s Coffee—Yep, It’s Whiskey-Infused

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Jack Daniel's Coffee Whiskey-Infused Coffee.

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[W]orld-renowned whiskey distiller Jack Daniel’s has partnered with World of Coffee, Inc. to release whiskey-infused coffee grounds.

Jack Daniel’s Coffee, available in regular or decaf, is a non-alcoholic, medium-roasted blend of 100-percent arabica coffee grounds, infused with Jack Daniel’s popular Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey.

“We use the best tasting and highest quality coffees in the world and now add to that the authentic taste and aroma of Jack Daniel’s,” says Charlie Newman, president, owner, and roast master of World of Coffee.

The infused coffee grounds are available in 8.8-ounce tins for $21.95 and 1.5-ounce gift bags for $6.95.  Find them in-store at the Lynchburg Hardware and General Store in Lynchburg, Tennessee, or purchased online (after confirming your age, the coffee can be found in the “New Products” section of the shop).

Jack Daniel’s was founded in 1866 in Lynchburg,  and currently offers seven distinct whiskey varieties. World of Coffee, Inc. is a family-owned, custom specialty coffee roaster located in Stirling, New Jersey, specializing in gourmet coffees and private label packing.

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