Jack Daniel’s Coffee Is REALLY A Thing! Kick-Start Your Mornings With This Infusion

Yes you heard me right, Jack Daniel’s coffee is really a thing, it exists, it’s here! Jack Daniel’s has teamed up with the custom specialty coffee roaster, World of Coffee to create a coffee bean infusion. Knocking back a few shots of The Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey is my second favorite thing, after black coffee, so now with this partnership I have the best of both worlds, it really doesn’t get any better than that.

Jack Daniel’s Coffee is described as a premium medium roasted Arabica coffee which has been infused with Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey. The resulting coffee has a rich, bold flavor with a hint of vanilla and caramel and of course Jack Daniels. You can choose between regular or decaffeinated, and both will be sold as ground coffee in 8.8oz commemorative coffee tins or 1.5oz bags.

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Owner and president of World Coffee (the roasters behind this) Charlie Newman is upbeat about the unique coffee blend when he announced in a press release earlier this year.

“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.” said Charlie Newman.

But for those of you wondering if your morning fix is going to leave you over the legal limit to drive in the morning don’t fret because Jack Daniel’s Coffee is completely non-alcoholic. But if you want an extra kick nothing is stopping you adding in a shot or two of additional JD into your cuppa Joe!

World of Coffee is known for its premium roasted coffee, so we’re hoping their latest partnership with Jack Daniel’s is going to be a hit. Jack Daniel’s coffee is currently available in a few selected stores throughout Tennessee and the United States, online at the Jack Daniel’s store, or you can grab a bag over at Amazon if you’re lucky enough to find that they have stock.

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