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Jack Daniel’s Coffee Now Exists, So Mornings Are Looking Up

Best combo ever?

When coffee and whiskey meet, it’s… umm… sure to wake you up in the morning? Jack Daniel’s has teamed up with World of Coffee, Inc., to bring you coffee infused with their popular whiskey.

Now, you’re probably wondering: But is it alcoholic? Don’t worry. Drinking this as soon as you wake up is socially acceptable because while this will have some of the flavor and smell of whiskey, it’s a non-alcoholic beverage that you can enjoy just the same as your cup of joe.

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What type of subtle flavors will the coffee pick up from the whiskey? Well, according to Thrillist, you’ll notice hints of caramel and vanilla, which sounds delicious.

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The coffee is available at select retailers, and you can also order it from Amazon (although it’s currently only available from third-party sellers). It’s also available at the Jack Daniel’s store location in Tennessee as well as via their online store.

The coffees come in decaf as well as caffeinated and retails for $18.99 for an 8.8-ounce can. Not bad, huh?

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If you’re a whiskey drinker or a fan of Jack Daniels, chances are you’re interested in giving this combo a try especially given all of the attention to detail the company has given the flavors to create the perfect whiskey-flavored coffee.

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If you’re wanting to give it a try, but not fully commit, you can also shop the 1.5-ounce gift bag sampler version on its own for just $7.95.

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“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, president/owner and roastmaster of World of Coffee in the press release. “We take a lot of care and pride in the coffee products we craft and Jack Daniel’s Coffee is no exception.”

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So, go on, what are you waiting for? It’s worth a try!

[h/t: Thrillist]

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