Attention, all whiskey lovers.
Ke$ha might have advocated for drinking Jack Daniel's Whiskey in the mornings, but for most people, that’s not really a healthy or well-advised choice — until now that is.
Thanks to the whiskey company, you can make Jack Daniel’s a part of your everyday routine in a way that’s a bit more mature and won’t end in an unexpected intervention by your family members.
How? Because Jack Daniel's is making whiskey-imbued coffee, so now you can start your morning off (safely) with a bottle of Jack.
Oh, and without concern over your poor life choices.
The coffee beans were made in partnership with the World of Coffee and is made of “premium 100 percent Arabica coffee, roasted medium and infused with Jack Daniel’s 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,” said the president and owner of World of Coffee, Charlie Newman.
The coffee beans, which sound delicious even if they are completely and totally non-alcoholic, are available for both fans of the best kind of coffee — caffeinated coffee — and the type that make people question why someone would even bother drinking the stuff.
We’re calling you out, decaffeinated coffee drinkers. Why? Just... why?
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The pricing for this special coffee isn’t too bad either. If you’d like to get a special 8.8 oz collectible tin filled with coffee, it’s only $21.95. The tin is the traditional black and sports its own version of the well-known Jack Daniel’s label.
However, if you’re just looking to get a regular, non-collectible bag for brewing at your own home, it’s just $6.95 for 1.5 oz of amazing, aromatic coffee that’s literally been infused with the wonderful smell of whiskey.
Currently, Jack Daniel’s Coffee is only available at the Lynchburg Hardware & General Store in Tennessee if you’re lucky to live close by, or you can purchase it online at the Jack Daniel’s website.
And next time someone suggests brushing their teeth with a bottle of Jack, then hand them a mug of this and possibly start planning that intervention as you take their bottle away.