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October 9, 2013

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Jack Daniel's White Cider Recipe

This delicious cold-weather recipe came to us from Jack Daniel's and it boasts their new product: Winter Jack.

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Ingredients

  • 4 Ounces Winter Jack
  • 1 Ounce caramel sauce
  • 4 Ounces half-and-half

Directions

Stir ingredients together in a microwave-safe glass, heat, and enjoy!

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Ingredients:

  • 2 oz. Winter Jack Tennessee Cider
  • 3 oz. Hot Chai Tea
  • 1/2 oz. Maple Syrup
  • 1 Lemon Slice
  • Whipped Cream

Preparation: Squeeze lemon into bottom of mug. Add tea and Winter Jack. Stir in maple syrup and top with whipped cream.


6 thoughts on &ldquo Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack Tennessee Cider &rdquo

I MAKE A LAYERED SHOT WITH THIS:

POUR 1/2 OZ OF JAGERMEISTER SPICE
NEXT GENTLY POUR 1/2 OZ OF TENNESSEE CIDER
NEXT GENTLY POUR 1/2 OZ OF BLUE MONSTER DRINK

ALL SHOULD BE CHILLED PRIOR TO SERVING
USE ON THE ROCKS GLASSES.

Candy, is this by chance the Candy I know, John’s daughter??

Just purchased a bottle from Target for $14.99. I heated some Winter Jack with chopped apple then poured it into my nutribullet, added brown sugar and cinnamon…. Yummy.

sounds great im going to try that.

its really good with the sparkling apple cider that looks like it comes in a champagne bottle.


Jack Daniel’s Warm Holiday Brew

Jack Daniel’s has a way of showing up when my favorite gents get together. They welcome him in like a good friend. To see our guys include Jack in their conversation feels as natural as bread with butter…good jokes with hearty laughter. Speaking of good jokes, have you heard this one? “What do you get if you deep fry Santa Claus?” Give up. “Crisp Cringle!” Hahahaha! Sorry! I couldn’t resist. I know at least 4 people who will laugh at this one…my nephews! They’re so good for my ego! Thanks, boys!

Back to what I was saying… Yes, the fellas like their Jack, they’ll sip it as they nibble on a piece of cheese, some pepperoni, and a toll house cracker or two the ladies, on the other hand, have not participated in this manly tradition, however, this could be the year that the sexes unite! The Tennessee Whiskey company has come up with a sweet blend that’s a little bit milder and more conducive to mixing in tasty ingredients that will help herald in the holidays.

Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack is a seasonal blend made with their Apple Cider Liqueur, Jack Daniel’s Old No. 7 Tennessee Whiskey, and the flavors of holiday spices. It’s nice served straight up, warmed in the microwave, or it can just as easily be dressed up with seasonal ingredients to make a real winter brew. I don’t typically require a dress code for my drinks, but hey, it’s the holidays – it’s fun to get fancy.

I guess you could say the ladies in my family are more…sangria people. We’re not opposed to fruit in our wine and now we can add Jack to that list. It’s a sipper, for sure, and it pairs nicely with holiday flavors.

Dom and I are hosting Christmas this year. Unlike Thanksgiving, where we keep to the tried and true traditional recipes, I am not opposed to changing up the menu to be a little more creative with our Christmas dinner. I love folding in some new with the old. And this recipe fits the ‘new’ bill.

Warm 1 cup of whiskey with 1 cup of apple cider, a cinnamon stick, some sliced apple, and 1 teaspoon of orange zest. Heat it through on the stove top, on low heat, until just simmering.

Ladle your brew into a solid, sturdy mug. It just feels right.

We’ll enjoy our holiday drink in Dom’s coveted Jack Daniel’s mugs and have ourselves a nice little toasty moment. And if he’s lucky, I’ll let him hear some of my new shtick.

You can too! Have I told you the one about the bubbles?

Remind me to tell you next time! It’s one for the record books! (Said, well, you know!)


Gentleman's Manhattan

A classic, refined, whiskey-forward cocktail.

Ingredients

Instructions

1/2 fill a cocktail mixing glass with cubed ice

Add all ingredients and stir for 10 seconds

Strain the liquid into the glass

Add 2 dark cherries on a pick and rest on side of glass, to garnish

About this Drink

Well first, bitters are generally not bitter. They’re traditionally a highly concentrated extraction of aromatics like fruits, spices, flowers and roots. Generally, they’re used in tiny quantities to add a whole new dimension of flavor to a cocktail.

Bitters have enjoyed a big resurgence of popularity in recent years and can now be found in any reputable liquor store and many grocery stores. We recommend trying a few out, finding one you like, and personalizing your own Manhattan cocktail.


15 Fun and Easy Cocktails You Can Make Using Jack Daniels

Jack Daniels’ Tennessee Whisky is a really interesting product.

First of all, it’s made in the oldest registered distillery in the United States. Another feature totally unique to Jack Daniels is that individual batches are not dated. Instead, master tasters at the distillery test each batch and barrel of whisky to determine its quality.

Although it follows all of the rules required to be classified as a Bourbon, there is an extra step included, which makes Jack Daniels not a bourbon, but a Tennessee Whisky. That final process is to filter the whiskey through maple charcoal before bottling.

Photo courtesy of jackdaniels.com

Strangely enough, Jack Daniel’s is actually made in a dry county — yep, it’s totally illegal to sell alcohol there. The Distillery gets around this crazy law by selling bottles of whiskey for ‘decorative’ purposes. Ironically, the Jack Daniel’s Whiskey Distillery is the primary source of revenue for Moore’s County, and the distillery actually employs 371 people six more than Lynchburg’s entire population of only 365 people. Nevertheless, the location of the distillery has certainly not affected the drink’s popularity, with it being a household name around the world.

However, it has to be said that one of the most interesting (and impressive) things about Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey is the fact that it blends well with a huge variety of flavors, making it the perfect addition to almost any cocktail.

1. The Gentleman Jack Mint Julep

Photo courtesy of @jackdaniels_uk on Instagram

A classic Kentucky cocktail is given a smooth Tennessee twist with the inclusion of double mellowed Gentleman Jack.

2. Lynchburg Lemonade

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This drink is definitely more than just lemonade. It’s a cool and refreshing drink perfect for hot summer days and BBQ evenings. Homemade lemonade will make this drink even more delicious, or try it with this lavender infused lemonade for something a little different.

3. All Jacked Up

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Jack Daniel actually created the silver cornet band to draw crowds to Lynchburg Square and his two saloons, and his passion for music certainly lives on in this recreation of the classic cocktail served at the Hard Rock Cafe. Definitely best paired ‘Hard Rock’ style with a homemade sriracha bacon burger and these mini crispy loaded potato bites.

4. Sweet Tea Smash

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A true southern staple, this drink is yet another perfect for enjoying in the summer sunshine. Plus, with all the potential health and beauty benefits of tea, it’s hard to say no to this one.

5. Gentleman’s Brew

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Whiskey and ginger is a popular combination for a reason. But when you add the indulgent smoothness of Gentleman Jack into the mix, something truly magnificent is created.

6. The Green Destiny

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A drink as vibrant as this one is guaranteed to impress at your next cocktail party. Serve alongside these boozy rainbow shots to continue the colourful theme throughout the evening.

7. Tennessee Mule

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A twist on the well-known Moscow Mule, this drink is traditionally served in a copper mug because it keeps the drink colder for longer without watering it down with too much ice.

8. Cherry Whiskey Smash

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The combination of tart cherry juice, sweet, almondy amaretto and a hit of Jack Daniels Whiskey creates a cocktail that goes down far too easily .

9. Jack Daniels Manhattan

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Probably one of the most famous cocktails around, the Manhattan cocktail is a standard drink at almost every cocktail bar in existence. There are so many ways to mix up this classic drink. You can create a Rob Roy simply by swapping out the Jack Daniels for Scotch, or make a Cuban Manhattan with rum instead of whiskey.

10. The Jack-O-Lantern

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Here is a drink that proves Halloween is not just for kids. For more spooky ways to get drunk on Halloween, click here.

11. Coconut Jack

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This is the ideal cocktail for sipping on a beach in the Caribbean sunshine. But, if like me you can’t travel quite that far this summer, it’s also okay to enjoy this one at a summer themed party or bbq at home.

12. Whiskey Sour

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The whiskey sour has a long history, being one of the original drinks in the now iconic Jerry Thomas’ Bartender’s Guide from 1862. It was also, at one stage, the official drink of the 184-year-old Jefferson Literary and Debating Society at the University of Virginia. However, it’s ancient roots does not mean that this is a drink for frumpy old men. In fact, quite the opposite is true, the whiskey sour is definitely timeless and classy, particulary when made with Jack Daniels.

13. Jack Daniels Root Canal

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The clue is in the name with this one, a super sugary drink that should definitely be enjoyed sparingly. The addition of ice cream to jack daniels makes this the perfect drink to be enjoyed in place of a dessert.

14. Blue Bandana Shots

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Everyone loves shots at a party, and these are no exception. The addition of Blue Curacao gives this drink its fantastically bright colour, and makes the strong hit of Jack Daniels quite a surprise.

15. Hot Blooded

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While it might seem an unusual concoction, this jalapeno, Jack Daniels, and blood orange cocktail will certainly tingle your tastebuds, in a good way. If you can’t get enough of the spicy and sweet combo, try this spicy margarita.


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Alcohol Substitutes for Every Recipe

Erin Huffstetler is a writer with experience writing about easy ways to save money at home.

Cooking for someone who can't consume alcohol, out of what you need or just trying to save some cash? Scan this list of alcohol substitutes for a suitable stand-in. You'll find both alcoholic and non-alcoholic options.

Amaretto - almond extract (alcoholic or non-alcoholic). Use one-half teaspoon extract for every two tablespoons of Amaretto called for

Beer - For light beer: chicken broth, white grape juice or ginger ale. For dark beer: beef broth or mushroom stock. Non-alcoholic beer can also be used. When the beer is being used as a meat tenderizer, substitute root beer or cola. More about substituting beer.

Bourbon - vanilla extract (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and water. Use one part vanilla and two parts water. Other liquors that will work: Scotch, Cognac

Brandy - apple juice, apple cider or white grape juice. If the recipe calls for a particular type of fruit brandy (ex. apricot), try to use the same type of juice

Champagne - ginger ale, sparking white grape juice or sparkling apple cider

Coffee Liqueur - espresso or strong coffee, coffee extract, coffee syrup or instant coffee (mix one teaspoon of coffee granules with two tablespoons of water to replace two tablespoons of liqueur). If you have chocolate extract or cocoa on hand, add a small amount to round out the flavor

Cognac - peach, pear or apricot juice. Other liquors that will work: other brandies, Scotch or whiskey

Creme de Menthe - spearmint extract (alcoholic or non-alcoholic). Other mint extracts can also be used, as can mint coffee syrup or soda syrup

Curacao - orange juice concentrate. Other liquors that will work: Triple Sec, Grand Marnier

Frangelico - hazelnut or almond extract. Use one-half teaspoon extract for every two tablespoons called for. Other liquors that will work: Amaretto

Grand Marnier/Orange Liqueur - orange juice concentrate, orange extract (alcoholic or non-alcoholic). Use one-half teaspoon extract for every two tablespoons of liqueur. Other liquors that will work: Triple Sec, Curacao

Hard cider - apple cider, apple juice or sparkling apple juice

Kahlua - espresso or strong coffee, instant coffee granules – use one teaspoon of granules diluted in two tablespoons of water to replace two tablespoons, coffee extract or coffee syrup. Add a bit of powdered cocoa of coffee extract to whatever you use

Kirsch - syrup or juice from cherries, raspberries or boysenberries

Port - Concord grape juice or grape juice concentrate. Use orange or apple juice for light ports

Red Wine - beef broth, red grape juice or unsweetened cranberry juice

Rum - Replace two tablespoons of rum with one-half to one teaspoon of rum extract (alcoholic), or mix white grape juice, pineapple juice, apple juice, apple cider or water with a small amount of almond extract. For dark rum, mix molasses and juice then, add a bit of almond extract. Other liquors that will work: bourbon

Sake - rice vinegar

Schnapps - Use the same flavored extract – peppermint, peach, etc. (alcoholic or non-alcoholic). Juice can also be substituted.

Scotch - vanilla extract (alcoholic or non-alcoholic) and water. Use one part vanilla and two parts water to replace the Scotch called for, Other liquors that will work: bourbon

Sherry - orange, pineapple juice or apple juice. A teaspoon of vanilla can also be used in place of a tablespoon of sherry

Tequila - Agave juice

Triple Sec - orange juice concentrate, orange extract (one-half teaspoon per two tablespoons) or orange zest. Other liquors that will work: Curacao, Grand Marnier

Vermouth - Dry vermouth substitutes: white grape juice, white wine vinegar or non-alcoholic white wine. Sweet vermouth substitutes: apple or grape juice, balsamic vinegar or non-alcoholic sweet wine. If alcohol is an option, use sweet white wine (like a Riesling)

Vodka - Replace small amounts with water. There are no good non-alcoholic substitutes for large amounts of vodka

Whiskey - Omit it, if it's a small amount. There are no good substitutes for large amounts.

White Wine - chicken broth, apple juice, apple cider, white grape juice, ginger ale or water (for small amounts)


Contents

  • What is Jack Daniel’s
  • Cocktails and Mixed Drinks to make with Jack Daniel’s Whiskey
    • 1. Homemade Jack Daniel’s Downhome Punch Recipe
    • 2. Jack Daniel’s-based Alcoholic Cold-Coffee-Cooler Cocktail
    • 3. Simple Jack Daniel’s Electric Lemonade Party Drink
    • 4. Urban Fruit Punch with Jack Daniel’s Honey Whiskey
    • 5. Blended Bomb Punch with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Fire
    • 6. Christmas Eggnog Recipe with Jack Daniel’s Sinatra Select
    • 6. Mixed-Fruit Girly Drink Using Jack Daniel’s Green Label Whiskey
    • 7. Tropical Milky Shooter with Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack
    • 8. Slush Recipe Using Jack Daniel’s Black Label Whiskey
    • 8. Jack Daniel's White Rabbit Saloon & Beer Mixed Mug-Shots
    • 9. Hot Drink with Jack Daniel's 27 Gold and Silver Select
    • 10. Easy Jack Daniel’s Quickie-Party Cocktail

    We have tried heartily to enlist the best flavored JD drinks and some simple ways and ideas for making them at home. Go through these savory recipes!


    Sangria’s are the perfect cocktail solution for any season or occasion.

    Ingredients:

    • 1/2 Cup Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Honey
    • 1 Bottle Malbec Wine (Any Full Bodied Wine)
    • 1/2 Cup Pure Apple Juice
    • 1/2 Orange, Sliced
    • 1 Plum, Sliced
    • 1/2 Pear, Sliced
    • 1 Cinnamon Stick (Optional)

    Preparation: Cut all fruit in equal slices and drop into the bottom of a pitcher. Add cinnamon stick(s). Pour the whole bottle of wine, Jack and apple juice over the fruit and stir. Cover and chill in the refrigerator for a minimum of 3 hours/up to 2 days. Best soaked overnight before drinking. Serve cold or room temperature.


    Watch the video: jack daniels (July 2022).


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