Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack Tennessee Cider

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Arriving for winter is a seasonal version of Jack Daniel’s that’s meant to be drunk hot: Winter Jack Tennessee Cider. Wrapped in a snowy-white label, Winter Jack is lighter in color than it’s namesake, and considerably lighter in alcohol: just 15% vs. Jack’s usual 40%.

Depending on where you are in the world, this will either be called Tennessee Cider or Tennessee Apple Whiskey Punch, but it’s the same Winter Jack regardless of the subtitle. It’s described on the label as “a seasonal blend of apple cider liqueur & Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey,” and it ends up taking just like that: a little Jack, a little apple, some cinnamon and spice.

Really, Winter Jack is made to be an easy cider for a snowy day: pour it in a coffee mug, heat it up, drink and repeat. Winter Jack will run you $15-20 a bottle, and there are 30 states that it’ll be distributed to in the U.S., though the list excludes my home state of New Mexico, so we’ll have to take a road trip to Colorado or Texas to get some.

6 thoughts on “Jack Daniel’s Winter Jack Tennessee Cider

  1. Candy Mitchell

    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.

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  2. Mary Hall

    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!!!

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