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Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey

Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey

As anyone who's tasted Wild Turkey American Honey can attest, adding a little bit of honey flavor to a good whiskey can make for a damn fine drink. Now Tennessee's most famous export is entering the fray with Jack Daniel's Tennessee Honey Whiskey ($20). Mixing the company's famous whiskey with a proprietary honey liquor, this new blend retains its American whiskey roots while adding just a touch of sweetness and removing just a bit of bite, making it perfect for on-the-rocks summertime sipping.

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