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Food Jack Daniels’ New Apple Whiskey Is Begging To Be Added To Hot Toddies This Fall

09:00  03 october  2019
09:00  03 october  2019 Source:   delish.com

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Jack Daniels announced this week it released Jack Daniel ' s Tennessee Apple , which already If you too share that passion, Jack Daniels just announced a new creation that 's about to be very This also sounds like it would be great in a hot toddy , in spiked cider, with soda and lemon juice (what

Jack Daniel ' s uses a combination of rye, corn and barley in its mash and then distills it over As we got older, we came to appreciate the warming taste of the toddy , whether we fell out of a snowstorm This evolution of mixes tweaked the brains behind Jack Daniel ' s , and new blends were added to the

One of my very favorite pastimes in the fall is spiking apple cider with whiskey. If you too share that passion, Jack Daniel's just announced a new creation that's about to be very appealing to you. The brand announced this week it released Jack Daniel's Tennessee Apple, a new apple-flavored whiskey perfect for spiking any fall drink.

a close up of a bottle: Jack Daniels announced this week it released Jack Daniel's Tennessee Apple, which already sounds like it belongs in all of your fall cocktails.© Jack Daniel's Jack Daniels announced this week it released Jack Daniel's Tennessee Apple, which already sounds like it belongs in all of your fall cocktails.

The new spirit is made up of classic whiskey mixed with apple liqueur making it a bold and sweet apple-flavored whiskey. If you've ever had an Apple Jack, which if you haven't, I must ask that you do so immediately, you know that apple and whiskey pair really well together. But then again, what pairs badly with whiskey? This also sounds like it would be great in a hot toddy, in spiked cider, with soda and lemon juice (what they're calling a Jack Apple Fizz) or just on the rocks.

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The hot apple toddy is ideal with fresh-pressed cider, giving you a perfect excuse to pick some up at your local apple orchard. Store the infusion in the refrigerator for 4 to 5 days, shaking it once a day. Taste it to see if the flavor is to your liking. If it is , strain out the spices and fruit and bottle the cider.

Tennessee Apple is available now across the US. Just in case you were wondering, it's 70 proof, goes for $26.99 for 750 ml bottle and unlike many seasonal apple creations, does not appear to be leaving us after fall is over, so feel free to fall in love with it.

Now that all the important info is squared away, you'll just have to dream up all the cocktails you're going to be making with it this fall. I call dibs on a Jack Daniel's Tennessee Apple Apple Jack. Now say that three times fast.

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This American Apple Brandy Is Autumn in a Glass .
The coziest fall cocktails start with 92-proof apple brandy.Whereas some apple-centric spirits are a combination of apple brandy and a neutral grain spirit, this Copper & Kings bottle is nothing but fruit. Their fresh-pressed apple juice is fermented and then distilled through an American copper pot still. Aged in both bourbon and new American oak barrels, it takes on the aged character and hue of a whiskey but retains a bright, juicy apple flavor.

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