Jack canned cocktails get wide release

Jack Daniel’s Canned Cocktails enjoyed a regional release in 2020. Based on popular demand, they will go nationwide starting this month. {Photo Courtesy of Jack Daniel}

LYNCHBURG, Tenn. — Jack Daniel’s fans spoke and the our folks here in Lynchburg listened.

The Jack Daniel Distillery announced this week that they plan to bring back its popular Jack Daniel’s Canned Cocktails series to shelves nationwide following the highly successful regional launch in select states in 2020. They come in handcrafted cocktail varieties like Jack and Seltzer, Jack and Cola, and Jack, Honey, and Lemonade. According to the distillery, each cocktail is made with Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, perfectly mixed and ready to enjoy in convenient packaging. Jack and Cola and Jack, Honey and Lemonade are seven percent ABV, and Jack and Seltzer is five percent ABV with 0 carbs and 97 calories.

Launched in 2020, Jack Daniel’s Canned Cocktails were initially available in only 14 markets. This announcement of a nationwide launch will now allow new and existing fans of Jack to try these convenient, on-the-go products in all 50 states across the US.

Each offering, made with real Jack Daniel’s Tennessee Whiskey, is mixed to highlight the bold and distinct flavor our very own Tennessee Whiskey. Each can is seven percent alcohol by volume.

“We were blown away by the response and demand for our Canned Cocktails when we launched in select markets nearly two years ago,” said Dallas Cheatham, Jack Daniel’s Ready-To-Drink Brand Director. “By pairing the bold and unique flavor of Jack with the convenience of a spirit-based cocktail, we’re giving even more friends the opportunity to enjoy our Tennessee Whiskey, right in time for summer.”

Jack Daniel’s Canned Cocktails will be available this summer in select states including CA, CO, CT, DE, FL, GA, IL, NH, NV, MD, MN, NY, PA, TN, TX, and WI. Retail price for a 4-pack of 12 oz. cans is $12.99 and single cans for $3.99. Visit www.jackdaniels.com for more information. •

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